Thank you for everyone's thoughts on this subject, very helpful indeed!
I decided initially that I would tackle this and took the balance out. On closer inspection the index finger (is that what it's called?) Wasn't like any I'd played with or even seen before in that it didn't have a slot to rotate it in order to release the hairspring. At this point I decided that this was not the movement to be trying this on and I can live with it for now. I will probably revisit it when a little more confident.
Definitely going to have a go at adjustment with the spring on, just on a few scrappers first.
Thanks again chaps.
Hi, I dont know if anyone can help, but I am trying to repair my wifes Raymond Weil Parsifal 9990 which was water damaged inside the case. the quartz movement was completely corroded and seized. I went to esslinger.com and bought a new movement ETA956.112 2 6, that arrived and I started to strip it down.
It was then that I found that most of the print on the dial had lifted off and is now gone!
Could anyone point me in the direction of where I might find a replacement dial please.
Any help would be appreciated.
Cheers Steve (Australia)