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  1. I think he made 3186, there is a different system for the GMT hour forwarding and that is the main part I am interested in...
  2. Hi all, any tech oiling guide for Rolex 3185? It is a GMT movement. I am mostly interested of the oiling guide for the GMT jumper... Thanks.
  3. Hi, would anyone please have a technical sheet for lubrication of Rolex 2135? It is a small ladies Datejust. Many thanks!
  4. Hi, would anyone please know what quartz movement am I probably going to find in ladies TAG Heuer Professional 200? Just checking for research on parts or replacement movement. Thanks!
  5. SOrry Peterburke340, this did not come through if you wanted to attach a document.
  6. Hi all, is there any good source of Rolex service sheets? I am especially interested in GMT movements like 3186. Thanks!
  7. thanks, I also founds this. Rolex 3035 and Rolex 3055 oiling service sheet 3035-3055-Tech.pdf
  8. actually the cal must be 3055 as it is an old day-date with only date rapid change. still looking for service advice and ideally manual link. Thanks!
  9. Hi, Rolex Day Date landed on my bench and I can't find any service sheets online. Would someone be able to help please? The calibre says 3035 Thanks!
  10. Would you say this is a correct end of a mainspring for 613 movement? Seems broken but not sure how it’s suppose to look like.thanks
  11. @JohnR725, thanks this is brilliant. I am guessing that the smaller ladies 2235 movement is fairly similar to this one? thanks
  12. Is there the whole sheet somewhere available for download? Thanks.
  13. Wow, what a deep discussion this developed into ) Well, upon checking the operation in different positions, I discovered that ‘crown up’ the balance wheel started to gradually slow down, I could even hear the roller touching the main plate. When I ran down the mainspring, the balance wheel had a lot of side and up down movement. So the main suspect is here to blame, shortened of balance staff’s upper pivot. That on it’s own wouldn’t make the weird reading, but I think as the roller was hitting the main plate, it produced those extra ticks. I have completely disassembled the balance and order
  14. Hairsping seems fine, but it may be bit old. I will check other positions, my main suspect is now the balance staff. The balance wheel seems to be doing some up and down movement, I am suspecting that the staff’s pinion is short or damaged. I slowed the balance down by moving the regulator as usual. What do you mean by ‘running timegrapher on monochrome’? It is Welshi 1900. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Hi, I’m servicing vintage Venus 203 movement, triple calendar with moonphase, and on reassembly I get this reading: it is like 4 rows of the usual read... I demagnetise again and get the same reading, then I slow down the balance and now I see this: Any clue? Thanks.
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