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rogart63

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  1. Think i have some 2472 parts . Can have a look . Maybe the threads ar worn in the setting lever. They look a little short?
  2. They do bend. I keep my brass tweezers pretty round and short. Not the sharp as i do with other tweezers. I use them for bending up parts to . I use a diamond plate i bought on cousinsuk for dressing them. Also use some wet and dry paper. https://www.cousinsuk.com/product/diamond-stone
  3. Wasn't it a stem he was looking for . Not balance staff? If so check windingstems.com instead of balancestaff.com https://www.windingstems.com/product.php If you need a balance staff i have that.
  4. If the movement is different Hz i think they can have different HS . Been there with a AS 1746. They come in different HZ versions . Didn't work and at first i could figure out why.
  5. Good luck. Parts for newer Citizen are almost impossible to find. But have you search on Boley.de and Jules borel.
  6. I am not the picky . A nice vintage Omega for Christmas is okay . No we are happy we can help . Have done that to . It's always a PIA to put that set lever screw back when you have forget to put it in . And you see it when the whole movement is built up and ready to go in the case.
  7. Serviced a felsa 690 today . That screw is not right for the movement. Someone took what they had. You need to find the right screw or one that sits flush with the movement. BTW mine was also butchered around the hole. Why can't people use the right size screwdriver. Or i see now that you probably did forget to place the screw between the plates. If you do it would not stick up like that .
  8. Depends on the movement . Sometimes it's only a pinion with small gear . Sometimes it's a larger wheel. But i should say fourth wheel or second wheel.
  9. I wonder? Are you pressing in the crystal without taking the movement out? If so i would take the movement out before i do that . And then check if there is anything on the otherside that hits the balance or pressing on the dial . I think it would work with a "normal" ATC crystal. A low dome acrylic with tension ring. Very seldom i use a high dome crystal . At least on divers like this.
  10. The crystal doesn't look to bad. But if you want to change it anyway i think there is a sternkreuz alternative to it? XAC 311.523 i think would work.
  11. The circuit on this are almost bullet proof . Remove the screws and take the circuit out . Clean the underside and all the contact areas. Check the coil. They are usually the problem when not running. Maybe that some parts from the corrosion has come in to the wheels . Then you need to take apart and clan the to. It's a pretty good movement that could run for years. Only need to change the battery every once in a while. Usually once a year.
  12. This is a screwdown crown with internal thread. 1/3 of them are screwdown crowns.
  13. Think the stem is okay. But the crown has separated from the inner part that is screwed down in the crown tube. Cousisuk has some TH crowns.. Check if you can find one. You need to remove that old part of the crown that sits inside the tube to.
  14. Think your option is a better choice. I only search 7S26 and found that it had the same number. But as you say the C is the movement that is closest to the NH35 .
  15. Have you search Langendorf ? Have some Lanco parts . But not sure i have 1027. . Can have a look. If so i PM Have a 1127 . That should have the same setting lever?
  16. Cousinsuk has it . Often the 0 isn't used when seaching seiko parts . i looked at 7S26 movement . That uses the same barrel. And you are not alone. Did the same on my first 7005 Seiko . Have the same construction. Have barrels if you need.
  17. For which movement? Have you looked in the bestfit books that OH linked to .
  18. I had a bottle of Lubeta V106 . Can't say i use it a lot. So when i open the bottle it was dry. Had closed as hard as i could . My experience say 9010 diluted in naptha is as good as Lubeta V106. If you don't use it every day. It's evoporates very fast so gets thicker as times go by.
  19. Found them . The springs are 1,60 mm . Have some . They look NOS.
  20. Think i have a FHF 69 movement with Kif springs in . Maybe even a Bulova 5BD . But that will have to be tomorrow as i have no clue where they are. Saw the bag yesterday.
  21. Not the most easy watch to start with ? The broken post on the barrel bridge i have seen before. Common problem. You will have to find a new or used bridge. speedtimerkollektion had some before.
  22. Seen it but never used it. Looks like there are a lot of interesting movements . Mostly newer movements which is good. They are hard to find otherwise. I have even used this to find some odd movements . https://www.millsys-watch.co.uk/gents-watch-movements-21-c.asp
  23. Takes some years to recognize and learn movements . I use rannft a lot. http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-db.cgi?10&ranfft&2&2uswk There is usually a number or something on the movement so you can identify it. Google the number . Even Ebay could help sometimes. There is other pages that have a lot of movements. Like https://17jewels.info/
  24. Maybe the arbor is worn. Or if the spring is worn. Maybe you need to change the spring? Been there.
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