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  1. ERRORS IN THIS VIDEO: At 3:42 you may notice I have placed the Intermediate calendar setting pinion reversed. If you are following this video whilst rebuilding your 7S26 then please take note of this. At 4:55 you will see that the Intermediate pinion is now placed correctly. Even experienced watch repairers make mistakes sometimes PART 3 of 3 In this video I am stripping down and servicing a Seiko 7S26 skx (Seiko 5) automatic watch movement which has not been serviced for a very long time.
  2. ERRORS IN THIS VIDEO: At 3:42 you may notice I have placed the Intermediate calendar setting pinion reversed. If you are following this video whilst rebuilding your 7S26 then please take note of this. At 4:55 you will see that the Intermediate pinion is now placed correctly. Even experienced watch repairers make mistakes sometimes PART 3 of 3 In this video I am stripping down and servicing a Seiko 7S26 skx (Seiko 5) automatic watch movement which has not been serviced for a very long time. View full YouTube video
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