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Watch Repair Course Part Numbers?



Just wondered if anyone can clarify if I should be memorizing the part numbers mentioned in the Watch repair course run by Mark Lovick, for example, the Barrel & Lid 182 - Barrel Arbor 195.

Or do I need to concentrate more on what the parts look like, any help would be appreciated?.

Thank you.



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The name of the part and what it looks like are more important as those part numbers are only relevant for Swiss Ebauches movments.

If you work on Seikos for example those numbers don't mean anything.

Most modern watches you can download technical sheets on that will give you the part numbers.

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