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  1. Thanks so much for the info. Regards, Pierre
  2. I have a Seiko with a 7s26 movement and I'd like to know the MFG date. Serial #747112. Model 7s26-8760 F. I've checked a couple of sites but they say it's invalid. I don't think it's a fake watch because I've been through the movement and it is definitely a Seiko. The dial has 7s26-021R at the bottom. Help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  3. pmlapl

    Frustrated Seiko 7s26A search.

    Thanks for all the help. I went for the eBay 7s36 rotor. The seller is confident it will work. mousekar, I'll keep you in mind if I need any other parts.
  4. Help please. I have a 7s26A with a loose rotor bearing. The weight is rubbing on the case back. I've spent a couple hours looking everywhere for a replacement with no luck. I did find a rotor for a 7s36 on eBay. Would that one fit? Or if any one has a suggestion for an equivalent rotor with bearing or just a bearing, it would be very helpful. Thanks in advance for any help.
  5. Hi. I'm a retired engineer that got into clock repair for a hobby. I found Mark's YouTube channel just to see watch repair and decided to try it for myself. I bought a Seiko 5 and went through the 7s26 movement as I followed along with Mark on YouTube. The watch worked fine. Probably won't do a complete disassembly again. My hands aren't as steady as they used to be.
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