My name is John, I am from Pretoria South Africa and work for the South African National Defence Force. I love watches of all kinds, from fine to cheapies. The wonder of the engineering that goes into a timepiece facinates me! Look forward to learning allot here.
Good day to all , I just joined yesterday to your post , a french chef expat living for the past 25 years in Indonesia . As far as I can remember I was always fascinated by watches or time pieces as some people like to call it . As probably many of you the souvenir of my first watch when I was 12 still feel like a dear memory . Unfortunately I am not very knowledgeable when it comes to mechanics and details . For many years I had numerous watches not really worth mentioning here , however lately I sold 9 of my collection to acquire a beautiful Parmigiani Fleurier XL Hebdomadaire , black dial ,steel case .
anyhow I am looking forward as much as my work will allows me.
Not an easy one, this and its sister version 7548 was used on diver's, these are both actively sought as donors. You may have better luck looking for a Pulsar Y513. Just for reference attached the service guide. Good luck.
Seiko 7546A - Technical Guide.pdf
I should have mentioned I will not get the stem from Europe, but am simply trying to get the right size. In fact, I may have one in my junk box. Yep, it's a Dollar watch and I'll do all that's necessary before investing money.