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Seiko 2706 Hi Beat. I’ve lost a part!

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Don’t suppose anyone has a few parts or scrap movement I could buy? It’s off the time setting, winding side. I wasn’t even touching the blessed thing, it was there and when I looked again it had made a break for it. I’ve combed the floor with a magnet and everywhere else but it’s so tiny. It’s a ladies 2706 Hi Beat, there might be other movements in the same family. The lost part is number 59 on the data sheet below. I thought it was worth a shot asking before I start looking for another complete watch. If anyone can help I’d be very grateful.

Many thanks for looking.

 

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