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  1. The friction spring got damaged when I was installing the seconds hand. I did not know at the time the omega 565 has an indirect seconds and my over forcing it is what caused the issue. The friction spring has an indentation from the pinion being pressed against it.
  2. Thank you for your advise! After reviewing my question: I can see that I did not fully explain the situation. I damaged the friction spring during the seconds hand install. Which brings me to this situation: the need to replace it and if I need to oil it. Will 9010 be sufficient for the friction spring?
  3. So, is there anything special I need to do to the friction spring or seconds pinion? Grease or oil? Tension on the screw? or is just a simple remove and replace part?
  4. Well, I have always been into watches but I dove into actual watch tinkering 2-3 years. I have a few project watches that I am tinkering with and I hope can restore some of them with the help from here!
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