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Citizen 8110 (bullhead) chronograph module not working


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Hello eberyone! 

I have been working on a really cool Citizen 8110 movement lately but I am having some trouble with the chrongraph module that attaches to the movement. I have assembled everything, as I think, correct but I am having trouble attaching the chrono module and when it finally lines up with everything and sits flush, the module doesn't work. The pusher cannot be pushed inward.  
Like mentioned, I have tried removing all tension springs upon assembly and having the parts in different positions on the chrono module but I am still having a really hard time aligning everything to make it sit flush. 

I will attach some photos below and maybe someone can give me some advice on how to attach the module easily or point out something I have done wrong. Thanks(:

 

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On 11/10/2021 at 8:43 AM, Graziano said:

Hello toptime810 , this fellow explains pretty good when servicing his watches, here he does a citizen 8110a .Its funny because I have one here I have been asked to look at and

repair .Check it out .Hope this helps.

Graziano

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The vid might help.

 

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I'm doing everything like the video but I just can't get the pusher to move. When not mounted on the movement, everything works great. Whenever I mount it on the movement, the pusher just seizes. I have tried for 4 hours to get it to work now but I just can't. I really don't understand it

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