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  1. Thanks for the quick reply. The movement is a Rolex 2315 which is free sprung, so there is no stud arm. Yes, I could move the hairspring, but in the video you will notice that Mark fits the roller and the hairspring with no mention of their alignment. Am I missing something?
  2. I was just watching the video "how to fit a new balance staff to a Rolex". Great video as usual, but leaves me with an unanswered question; namely, how is the position of the roller fixed relative to the hairspring stud or fixing point such that the balance is in beat?
  3. I have a 1930's Rolex movement in for cleaning. After removing the balance, which I like to do first, I turned the watch over to dissemble the dial side and the lower balance jewel fell out. Must have been loose, yet it refuses to push back into place. There is no damage to the fitting or the plate, so this seems to be a mystery. Does anyone have any input, please?
  4. Hi Does anyone have experience of setting up the alarm during service of cal K825, please? I'm having trouble getting the alarm to sync with the indicated time. Thanks David
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