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  1. Hello everyone! Looking for some advice on what kind of grease you would use for the maintenance of the machine itself. I want to ensure the proper workings of the machine. I’d love to be able to take this thing completely apart but not sure where to even start. Has anyone here ever serviced one of these before? Any advice would be highly appreciated!
  2. I know Mark has one of these machines, I recently purchased one myself, and its in dire need of restoring. I have stripped it down, and wish to rewire it and replace the ageing motor speed switch with a modern alternative, so could really do with a wiring diagram if anyone has one?
  3. My great Aunt died a couple years back. She had had been married to a man that owned a jewelry store back in the early 80's. In her estate was a number of great treasures and even literal gems. After the estate sale not much was left, but I did end up with what Ive deduced to be a Vintage Elma watch parts cleaner. And that is about as much as I have been able to figure out. None of the searches I've performed on the internet have returned with the exact model that I have. Not even an image... Similar , yes. The same . no. .. I don't have a clue as to how to operate any watch parts clean
  4. Are there any of you who use a Elma Junior cleaning machine? I need some technical information and possibly. pictures or video of a working machine!
  5. I've just changed my cleaning fluid in my Elma cleaner to the Elma WF Pro, I've done one movement, the fluid was clear but now it's gone blue. Does anyone know of this is normal? Or should I change it?
  6. I've just changed my cleaning fluid in my Elma cleaner to the Elma WF Pro, I've done one movement, the fluid was clear but now it's gone blue. Does anyone know of this is normal? Or should I change it?
  7. Hi Guys, I thought I'd post this up, so the information is here for people looking for a watch parts cleaner and can't find one. As both Elma and L&R are no longer making their "tried and true" parts cleaner (as shown on Mark's Video), many people like me have been very frustrated looked for a second-hand one in good working order ... well stop looking ... you can buy one new!! There is a company in India making a direct copy of the old Elma Super Elite Cleaner, right down to the shape of the jars!! Here's the link: http://www.sunrise-exports.com/watchtools/equipments_mach
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