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  1. Hello Mark,

    Thank you for all the hours you put in making the videos besides your own work. All are fantastic and very detailed. How often do you change the solution in the watch cleaning machine?

    Thank you,

  2. It is a front loader and I was able to remove the bezel and the movement came right out. Thank you so much for your help.
  3. I had already considered that it might be a front loader but It has a flat crystal so I thought it had to be like a Longines I have where the crystal needs to be removed to take the movement out but now I see that it looks like the bezel is removable so I will try it and get back to you. (Also I did try rotating the ring thinking it might unscrew).
  4. Hi, I have a Hamilton quartz watch case # 8102 with a ETA 955.112 movement and I am having trouble getting the movement out so I can clean the case. There is an outer ring that is either brass or gold plated steel and there are two screws near the outer edge opposite each other that I removed thinking they were holding the movement to the outer ring. I have removed the crown and the movement will not budge and I am afraid of breaking it. If you are familiar with this set up could you tell me how to remove it? I believe that outer ring needs to come out but it does not move. Thank you for any help you can give.
  5. I have a Seiko SQ calibre 8222 that has a bumblebee either stamped or engraved on the back of the watch case. It could have been done after market but it looks too clean to be hand engraved. Is this in reference to the type of watch or movement? Has anyone seen this before on another watch?
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    Seiko Date Advance

    I am able to move it by hand but it does not seem to move freely enough for the plastic advance finger to push the date wheel.
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    Seiko Date Advance

    I have a 1984 Seiko Quartz divers watch. I am replacing the day and date advance finger wheels but I am afraid that the click spring for the date wheel is to strong which will cause damage to the new fingers because of the pressure. Or the finger will not be able to advance the wheel.
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