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  1. I am having trouble removing an early Timex movement 21 from it's case. The timex service manuals don't seem to address this. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks! p.s. having trouble uploading images
  2. Ok JerseyMo, this was sitting out on a table in the sun at the Long Beach flea market. I can't read the numbers on the dial yet, but I think it's one of the watches you suggested I start with. Paid $5 bucks so may have overpaid. Lol
  3. Recent pic ups at the local flea market. After a little clean up: Both running strong.
  4. Thanks for the input everyone. I would love to see a step by step walk through as Dadistic mentioned. I've been searching for a video to learn how to do a simple cleaning and lubrication. I thought it was simple enough. In fact I was able to clean and get one to start running as Anilv described, but I couldn't seem to reassemble the day and date wheels. So much to learn. I can however polish the heck out of a crystal! I guess thats a start. Lol p.s. Thanks for the timex docs I found them right away and have referenced them
  5. Thank you JerseyMo! I I have been enjoying and appreciating all the great information you have shared on all things Timex. So far I have been able to take these watches apart. Putting them back together? Not so much. I picked up a few watches today at the local flea market so I will be starting on these soon. Seems I am having trouble posting pictures.
  6. Thank you everyone for the warm welcome. Mike I am Chino Hills about 25 miles east of Los Angeles so my hunting ground has been the Rose Bowl and Long Beach Antique Market. We have friends and family out in the San Diego area and visit Oceanside often.
  7. Hi everyone, I'm Mark from Southern California I have been collecting vintage Timex at local flea markets, garage sales, online and wherever I can get my hands on them for about a year or so. I have cracked a few open out of curiosity but plan to learn how to do simple repairs and servicing. I have enjoyed and appreciated the info that others have shared on this forum, so that's why I joined. Happy to be here!
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