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  1. Lol. Yes, always happy to learn from your wealth of experience. As for the Timex day date watches, I love them when I get them working well. I have a bunch of Timex Model 27s that need fixing still sitting on my shelf. At least half of them have some kind of day or date wheel issue. I usually need to set aside a quiet, long weekend when I want to tackle one of those.
  2. Thanks for the good advice, JerseyMo. I checked everything out as you suggested, and also went ahead and swapped in another Model 25 date wheel just in case. So far, so good! Attached are some pics of the watch on both a vintage expansion bracelet and a sporty plastic/resin watchband. The date still rides a little high in the window, but I can live with that. Cheers and many thanks for the assist.
  3. Hi JerseyMo, Thanks for taking an interest in this. Here are 2 pics of the dial side movement with and without the date wheel. The date wheel slipped off entirely when I removed the dial so I just set it back into place for the photo. This is how it would look before I reattach the dial, so feel free to point out anything I missed. A separate, but possibly related question I have is whether there is any way to realign the date wheel if it's not centered in the date window. When I reattach the dial to this movement, the date shows a little high in the date window (that is, before the date
  4. I'm happy to finally start posting on this terrific watch repair community forum. I've been a member for almost a year, but have been mostly searching the forum for asked and answered questions that might help me with my novice watch repair techniques. I'm a vintage watch enthusiast with a special love of Timex watches from the 1950s through the 1970s. I developed an interest in watches about 4 years ago when I rediscovered two mechanical watches (a vintage Longines and a Seiko 5) that my father had left in a desk drawer years ago before he passed. Amazingly, both ran in spite of never having
  5. Oops. My apologies for breaking protocol and not introducing myself first. I've been a member and following the site for almost a year now, but this is my first posting. I've developed an interest in watches over the last few years, and have a special love for vintage timepieces. Since I live on a budget, I mostly pick up more affordable non-working watches and have learned to work on them by reading outstanding forums like this and a variety of other sites and books. I'm especially drawn to vintage Timex watches, and have been amazed at the variety and beauty of their mechanical offerings fro
  6. Hello Vintage Timex Fans, I picked up this 1971 Timex 21 Jewel (Model 75) a while back and started working on it this weekend. After winding and letting down the mainspring a few times, and lightly oiling, it's running like a champ! I have a replacement crystal ready to go as well. The only problem is that the date wheel keeps slipping off. I've already reopened and disassembled the watch several times to set the date wheel back in place. I've also wiped down the edge of the date wheel and cleaned the pegs that it rests on. I hold the dial down against it pretty tightly when I seat the mo
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