It seems to be a Quick fix the little thin curved brass bushing that holds the wheels in the correct position are missing the same kind that holds the hourwheel in position,pressing against the dial. Hope it solves your problem Regards Allan Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I wasn't expecting thin oil for the 3rd on the ETA 2824-2 to make any difference for the amplitude but I found it interesting that thin oil was used in the service video by a seasoned watch repairer, and that's what made me decide to go for thin oil. As I stated in a previous post and as can be seen in your pictures, ETA recommends HP-1300 for the 3rd wheel. The problem with the amplitude was related to the hairspring, hairspring stud and the regulator pins (Thanks @HSL!) , but that is a different topic.
I'm curious; how can you tell and compare wheel torques?