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  1. I actually just messed with mine today. Cut an allen key to fit it more easily. Key was 2.35mm/0.0925in on the flats. It made it hold the shaft much tighter.
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  2. Welcome. I have a Cricket story... My father was a watchmaker and I inherited all of his tools, watch bench, and boxes of old watches. This stuff lay dormant for many years until about two years ago, I decided to return to watchmaking (he taught me as a young boy). Digging through the box of watches one day, I discovered a Cricket. It had no crystal and the dial was in terrible shape, but it had the hands and a good balance...no rust. So, it was one of my earliest projects. I did have the dial refinished--I am wearing it now!! Since then I have acquired and restored several Crickets. I love them...but I can only wear one at a time, so I wear my first one. I think there is another Cricket enthusiast on this forum...maybe two. You have come to the right place...we can help you in your journey. Have fun!!!
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  4. I meant to add I am an electrical engineer.
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