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  1. Hi Here is a couple of timex manuals to keep you going enjoy Drag files here to attach, or choose files... Other Media oy 21-22-23-26-29 timex.pdf timex 109.pdf
  2. Hi I reckon Canthus is right hang on to it untill you are ready to tackle it . I have attached the tech sheet for you to store with the watch till ready. cheers 2012_Valjoux 22.pdf
  3. Hello and welcome to the forum
  4. Hi Gary Have a go at A.G.Thomas (Bradford).Welwynwatchparts.co.uk. As Rduckworth said broaching the hands to fit, if you are careful and check after each turn of the broach.
  5. A quality piece for sure. My pockets are deep enough but my arms are short.
  6. Hi Depends where you are In the UK cousins uk, AG Thomas. States, Jules Borel, esslingers , timesavers Thers will be more I am sure if you trawl the net, even Ebay.
  7. If that's a spelter frame its the devils own to repair . Delivered by Parachute ?
  8. Hello and welcome to the forum Roger.
  9. Hello and welcome to the forum
  10. Hello and welcome to the forum Benjamin , A young man on a mission. You have the tools now aquire the knowledge, I wish you well on you quest and for the future.
  11. I have also had to do this and used the staking set as there was no tube for the pin vise, but like clockboy i also use the pin vise for the same job. I have also used a 36 hole stake and punch so there are many ways possible depending on the style and material of the hands and boss, just be careful .
  12. Hello and welcome to the forum, Check out miyota/Hattori movements plenty of information available on the net.
  13. Hi The seiko 7T32 is a complex beast and is now obsolete the movements are also hard to come by best to look for a donor unit on ebay Sema use the same movement as does pulsar and epson, But finding then is dificult and if you manage to find one they are not cheap. The 6309 will just want the movement popping out and the logo refitting. The 7t32 may only just want servicing. But check it out as they need the circuit block resetting by connecting the AC point to the circuit block cover so I should try a new battery and reset the movement. If no response then look to replacing the movemen
  14. Hello and welcome to the forum JP enjoy
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