I will get the balance off tomorrow and post the pic, but looking at the pics JDM posted above I think mines shot. I will also check the staff and jewels as an observation, (thanks for the tip saswatch88) and will start looking for a donor, I'm likely to need one and Id like to use the movement in a diver case or at least with a different dial.
Thanks for the tech sheet watchweasol that's very helpful.
Much appreciated, as always guys.
Hi add this one to your list obsoletewatchandclockparts.co.uk run by John Senior in Yorkshire In the UK I have used him for bits. I had a look on his site but no eterna parts. If you ever find bits on his site you need PM me cheers
You have to remove the entire automatic ensemble (the weight + the plate/bridge underneath it). Usually 2-3 screws.
Then you turn around the ensemble and I imagine you'll figure out how it all comes apart.