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  1. I charge $65 to $125. 65 for just the markers. 125 to replace all gaskets and water seal and test. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Don’t forget to take the dial off and glue from the back of the dial. That way the glue won’t show and you can remove the old glue from the rest and Re glue them all like new. Little harder, but the right way. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. The dial side shock spring was bent. What should I look for on timing and performance if I didn't get it right? Do these springs have a small " ( " spring where it hinges? If it doesn't I will replace the shock spring.
  4. It is for a Sellita 260-1. The balance has a lot of shake and the pivots look fine. When I turn the movement the balance stops like the pivots are broken and the rotor jewel is slipping over the pallet fork. The pallet is set just fine and the screw is tight. Should I just buy a balance complete with wheel? Could it be that the cap jewel setting is slipping? Do the pivots ever break slightly? Could the hairspring be loose? Sorry to bother you!
  5. Thank you! I thought that no one was going to answer this thread!
  6. I got it!! Has anyone taken the second and minute wheels off of these watches!!
  7. Finally! Here is a pic of the kaleidoscope watch dial up. How do I remove the second and minute wheels?
  8. I have never had a problem with it until now. I have a Ernest Borel Kaleidoscope watch and I don't know how to get the spinning wheels off. I can't take a pic and I think that is why no one is answering. What to do, what to do???
  9. Why can't I upload pictures to TapaTalk or this web site??
  10. Why can't I upload a pic to this question??
  11. If you want to service Omega's you have to have one by Omega standard. If you don't know how to read your rate, consumption and coil resistance you shouldn't be servicing ETA's and up. Especially trimmer watches. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. For this job you need a quartz analyzer. The watch should gain 0-15 sec per month not week. When you get an analyzer you can easily adjust a trimmer. I like to adjust them to 2 sec per month if I can. When adjusting it is like adjusting the beat error in a mechanical watch you have to center it just right or it goes too positive or too negative either way you turn it. Try to buy the Witschi Tech Handy Two. I have learned that servicing Quartz watches you can't go without one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I have a Ernest Borel Kaleidoscope watch and need help taking off the second and minute hands. How?? The darn app won't let me send pics. I'll try later. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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