Yorkie

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  1. what is this a sign of please?

    wls, many thanks for your comments - really helpful
  2. Hi, thinking of buying this omega, but wondered what the dial condition shows of the history of this watch, any thoughts? thanks
  3. vulcan Lemania clock

    Guys , great replies and timely, thankyou. believe it or not i did not take a dial photo, i will when i return. thanks
  4. vulcan Lemania clock

    Hi, my watch maker friend has a vulcan aeroplane clock, containing a Lemania 6520 movement, but the balanace staff is broken. He has asked if anyone knows where we can get a Balance staff, think its part no.723. Many thanks
  5. Bandelin Timer

    Hi, i have been given a 'Bandelin Tickoquartz TQ3' watch timer. Partially working in that the screen shows green numbers, but its not accurate i have been told. internet search throws up very little other than 1970s. Is there anyone out there with some knowledge, experience, old literature, instructions perhaps? Or does anyone know someone willing to take a look at it? Many thanks
  6. ST6 wheel

    Ry, your guidance worked a treat, rebuilt the movement as you suggested, thankyou. I will PM for more discussion if thats ok, thanks
  7. ST6 wheel

    Thank you so much, i will give this a go
  8. ST6 wheel

    Hi, please can you help with some advice about replacing the wheel, i pulled off in my haste? i am still learning on my very first few movements, the ST6 movement was delivered from Cousins, and i attempted to pull off the 'mini hand', but succeeded in extracting the wheel, Noobie error i now know. i assume i now have to start to strip the calender movement to get to a point to where the wheel can be replaced, then rebuild? i read that there is also some form of friction to do with the wheel? Man thanks
  9. hi, many thanks for the prompt response, yes i do and will take a look and order, thankyou
  10. Hi all, Embarrassing beginners’ problem.! Whilst replacing the battery and using a press to fasten the back plate onto a watch, I have broken the crystal…(was rushing, will use concave piece properly next time!) The watch is an Emporio Armani AR2041. My problem is I cannot find the correct part number/specification for the crystal on the internet anywhere, (and thus the dimensions and thickness etc,), or do I take the pieces and measure them, to reorder from Cousins? I assume it will be a mineral domed that is required? Any help would be appreciated, many thanks
  11. movement advice please

    wls1971 , will do, thanks a million, real helpful,
  12. Hi, I am relatively new on this site and i am trying to identify this movement. can anyone help or direct me as to where i can find out the reference? Many thanks
  13. hello from up North

    well chaps , you were all right. The watch bug got hold.... been reading the forums, got books for xmas, including the cooksey book, purchased 2 broken pocket watches and fixed them, acquiring tools now, this site is superb for learning/training - thank you Mark recently met a local 50yr + experienced watch repairman which is invaluable. Frightened now the watch collection starts....
  14. as 1900 setting wheel

    Ha ha it's a learning thing! Thankyou guys seems so obvious now. Will try that . Thanks so much Liking this forum. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. as 1900 setting wheel

    hi jguitron, ok wont force it, and wont heat it, picture below. Hi ricardopamino, thx for the help, does photo help? guys photo,below, its the wheel at the bottom, part of keyless works? i dont believe it perches on top of the 'spindle', (for want of a better word), i believe it should slide down the spindle?? maybe i am wrong. thanks again.