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  1. Thanks everyone. I will attempt to adjust the arms on the bridge as soon as I am feeling less klutzy. I've done this a few times on other watches, and so far I haven't destroyed anything.
  2. That makes a lot of sense. I will try that. Thank you. (My Seiko 5 thanks you too)
  3. Clumsy me knocked my beloved Seiko 5 off the desk onto a hard floor. I immediately stuck it on the timegrapher: rate: -13; amplitude = 230-240; beat error: 1.0 Before the drop, I would get: rate: -1; amplitude = 280-290; beat error: 0.2 It's a $100 watch, so not the end of the world, but still one of my favorites (and a good timekeeper to boot). I'm guessing something in the escapement has been damaged, but I defer to the much more expert community here for the likely suspects. Much Thanks. Tom
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