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Good day everyone my first time at a watch forum I have a Seiko 6119c 6023 in real disrepair I would like to have a parts list for it and if you can still buy the main Spring nos not even sure this is where I as a newby I should be posting    But Thanks in advance regards bob

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Welcome from Perth Western Australia.

I've just downloaded from Cousins for you the parts list for the 6119c movement and attached it to my post.

Yes it would seem the mainspring is still available from cousins UK.

It is a 1.05 x .115 x 420 x 10.5 Automatic

( GR2534X )

Other parts are limited though.

Welcome to the forum.

3877_Seiko 6119C.pdf

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