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Help identifying ETA part

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I need to replace this 2892A2 part

 

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I believe it is item number 25 on the ETA tech sheet

 

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It is listed as ‘reverser assembled’ on the tech sheet but no such name exists on Cousins.

 

Assuming I’m looking for the correct part? How do I get an ETA part number so I can purchase from Cousins?

 

https://www.cousinsuk.com/category/filter/eta-esa-movement-parts

 

Thanks

 

 

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On 12/5/2018 at 12:57 AM, Nucejoe said:

Hi,  have you checked OldSwissWatches.com  ? 

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Regards joe

That's a great site, the descriptions are so much better and the have the part number to match... Thanks

 

I replaced the damaged parts I found whilst servicing the movement, all was going great until I removed the lower jewel from under the balance. I opened the spring and removed the jewel to my bench split it to oil and PING slip of the tweezers and it's still probably in orbit somewhere... so frustrating.. Anyway can you buy just the jewel or do you have to purchase the whole 'setting'?

 

I believe it's part number 

Inca 09.956.20 Lower Shock Bloc

INCA995620

 

It's £15 to replace so that could be a costly mistake.

 

Also I've realised this is a 2892-2 NOT 2892-A2 are the parts interchangeable, ive bought a 2892a2 barrel complete to swap into the movement as I don't have any winders yet... 

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