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  1. No actually, it's doesn't have a proper balance spring. It's gotten all twisted around the balance wheel. I made it run by first removing the balance wheel, and then using the screwdriver. I worried that now that the crown is broken, its not worth it to repair the watch.
  2. With a screwdriver, I was able to wind up the mainspring, and again using a screwdriver, i was able to run the pin lever back and forth, causing the watch to tick
  3. Hello, I am new to this website, but a watch lover. I have a mechanical watch which is pretty old, and it's crown broke from inside when i was trying to wind it up. The crown has come apart with the stem, and the gears linked to this stem are still inside the watch. Does anyone have any advice as to what I should do? Get a new crown or is there any way to fix this already broken one?
  4. Yeah pretty much this is related to the bearing. You could ask any watchmaker who services automatics and he should pretty much have one.
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