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About Silvije

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  1. Thanks HSL. I think this will do the trick because this screw is moving in coordination with the stem action. Unscrewing it a bit should release the stem. Poslano sa mog SM-A750FN koristeći Tapatalk
  2. Thanks Andy for many useful links. I will check them up. Poslano sa mog SM-A750FN koristeći Tapatalk
  3. Hi guys. Still no progress but I think I found where the problem lies. There is one tiny screw north of the crown stem, which moves when I move the crown from 0 to 1st position and vice versa. Maybe it should be unscrewed slightly to release the stem. Poslano sa mog SM-A750FN koristeći Tapatalk
  4. @JDM - thanks. I will do that and update on the progress. Poslano sa mog SM-A750FN koristeći Tapatalk
  5. Hi guys, I would like to clean the plexi from inside and also clean the dial from small dust particles on my newly acquired Zodiac Goldenline. However, I have problems releasing the crown stem from the movement on that Zodiac cal.76 movement. I have tried to push with the needle inside the hole located left from the stem but nothing happens. The stem is still locked. I would appreciate any help with that. Poslano sa mog SM-A750FN koristeći Tapatalk
  6. @KoenThanks for the warming welcome. Congrats on starting with a course. It is great if you have such available live in your city, country. On the other hand, if it is an online course send me the link please :=)
  7. @Nucejoe Hello and thank you.
  8. Hi guys, I am not new to the watch hobby (6 years already) but I am almost completely fresh into watch repair hobby. I am looking forward to reading the posts about it, to ask the questions and finally to give the answers in this community. I am 30 year old tax consultant, living in Zagreb, Croatia. In my free time I am, aside from watches, running marathons and climbing whenever I can. Best regards Silvije
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