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Rolex GMT Master Service Sheet


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Hi all, 

is there any good source of Rolex service sheets? I am especially interested in GMT movements like 3186.

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Hi   Service information is thin on the ground  Found the two attached wether they are of use or not as they only contain parts data.       cheers

3185 parts A.jpg

3185 drawing (1).jpg

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Rolex is extremely paranoid company. Technical information is extremely hard to get there are a few parts lists out there but it's only for the older stuff. for the most part there's almost 0 technical guides out in the wild as a PDF. this leaves the only source that I know of to get anything that resembles a modern service guide is eBay. Like the manual below really beautiful in color.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/ROLEX-CALIBER-3186-MOVEMENT-TECHNICAL-BULLETIN-SERVICE-INFO-MANUAL-BOOK-ENG/302150612993?hash=item4659947801:g:SbEAAOSwiONYOznJ

 

 

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56 minutes ago, Peterburke340 said:

Rolex-3135-tech
slandis [ AWCI-DOTT ]


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SOrry Peterburke340, this did not come through if you wanted to attach a document.

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you can find your parts lists here

https://www.cousinsuk.com/document/search?SearchString=rolex

8 hours ago, Peterburke340 said:

Rolex-3135-tech
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I've attached the PDF that's missing from up above. I think this is about the only service guide available the problem is if you look at the table of contents it's supposed to 40 pages long the reality is it's 20 pages. So this means if I place you get a service guide is to physically by one nobody is bothering to scan them into PDFs at least that I'm not aware of anywhere.

Rolex-3135-tech.pdf

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