Geo

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  1. Sussinct and accurate information from Marc and John as usual.
  2. Etachron adjustment

    Best I can find, it may help.
  3. Etachron adjustment

    Have a read of this. https://www.timekeeperforum.com/forum/threads/adjustment-and-regulation.21105/
  4. The cannon pinion should be slightly tight on the centre pinion to allow slippage when setting the hands, but tight enough to allow the hands to be driven by the pinion. Have a read of this thread it may help you.
  5. Hello from speedy88 in Germany!

    Great introduction Peter, welcome aboard!
  6. Hello from Quebec, Canada

    A warm welcome to the forum A'mind, and thanks for a pleasant and informative introduction. The pocket watch you have inherited is a very high grade timepiece and is truly magnificent! Please don't even think about taking it apart until you have gained all the skills required, it is way too valuable to risk damaging it. Could yo please post a picture of the dial side please?
  7. On close inspection, it looks like the brass cover and the nut have been made as replacements. The cover, appears to have been split with a hacksaw given that there are what appears to be linear scratching in the slot, and the depth (too shallow) and finish of the the threads do not look right for a machine made by Boley.
  8. Why not split the one you have and compress it slightly if you want to go that way?
  9. No JD, I've not had the need to. You may have to have them specially made to ensure the threads are correct and fit perfectly.
  10. JD, you require two thin nuts, one adjusts the end play of the shaft and the other is tightened against the adjuster nut to lock it. You will require two "C" spanners to me the adjustment. The nuts should look like these :-
  11. It sounds like a cannon pinion issue. Has it been snapped back in place properly? If it has, it could be needing tightened.
  12. Wis, I think it may be an Electa movement. Check this out. http://www.vintagewatchstraps.com/gallet-electa.php
  13. Help with OMEGA

    OH, I think he means where can data sheets for all types be found.
  14. Stuart you are correct, the cap jewel on the balance cock could be removed easily. The main plate seems to have a simple plate over the jewel which could also be removed easily. Thanks for making me review it and look closer.