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Watch specific reference guide

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Good morning (at least here in NY!),  would anyone know of a source for cut sheets or part lists for specific seiko calibre-case combos?  For instance, I have a 4336-5000 type II that I need crystal info on but everywhere I look it says that’s not a viable number. BTW, for all you folks in Australia, my heart is hurting seeing and hearing about the ongoing devastation and we’ll keep you in our thoughts and prayers. 

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Hi   At My age and dexterity levels I dont do as much as you Guys so I spend the in between times rooting round the web and piling up on my PC lots useful data If you are looking for a sheet let me know and I will search from this end,  I am not always sucessful but will always try. 

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1 hour ago, LonglineOjoe said:

The Seiko part number isn’t recognized in the search box and either is the crystal x alternative. What am I missing?

That means that they don;t have the part, and never had it in the past.

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Hi  I have enclosed the tech sheet for the 4336.  Some where I have some case data for seiko will try tofind it. I will forward if I find it     cheers
3093_Seiko 4336A.pdf


Where do you find these spec sheets? I’ve looked for several models and can’t seem to find them. I obviously don’t know where to look.


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