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Has anyone worked on a seiko 619-7071 case?


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Have a weird one here. 

I'm sure im missing something as the glass does not fit.

I think im missing a crystal gasket but even the inner ring seems loose.  any one have any pics of the breakdown of the case or a manual? thanks in advice

it was together when i took it apart, but im thinking glue was involved to bodge it 

Thanks in advance!

J

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Does it rotate. Is there any small gears on the bezel. If so there should be a gear on the stem to. And maybe you are missing the thin spring that should sit over the inner bezel. A thin wavy washerlike spring. 

 

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Nope, I've done 100s of Seiko's , this is a fixed inner bezel. Just wired pi's online don't really help and you can see with all of them that there is what looks like a gap !

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Have you got the number correct, normally in form xxxx.xxx?  Is it 6119-701 or 6109-701 or 6139-701 or similar?

I have details of case assemblies/parts for Seiko but need correct number as above.

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Yes. You have to remove the bezel to gain access to the crystal. Then you press the crystal out and the chapter ring will drop out. The crystal hold the chapter ring in. Check out the Seiko Watch forum at thewatchsite.com or google Seiko / citizen watch forum. Here you can download the Seiko casing guides


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I've done all of that, the problem is that everything is loose, I think something here is missing suck as a glass gasket etc?

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I've done all of that, the problem is that everything is loose, I think something here is missing suck as a glass gasket etc?

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Casing guide is your friend. Will show exploded view of case with all parts and gaskets


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There must be some sort of crystal gasket? Looked at jules borel and the gasket is a EC3340B04. That is in lots of seiko models. http://cgi.julesborel.com/cgi-bin/matcgi2?ref=io]H[DeEX

Other then that i see no thing that is missing. http://cgi.julesborel.com/cgi-bin/matcgi2?ref=SEK+CS%236139-7071&submit=Search

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Thank you however as you can see, the seiko in question is in fact a chronograph (2 buttons , one crown) with a 6139 movement, therefore caliber 6139 and the case number is 7071.

It would be great to find a guide for it to put my mind at ease! - i have never had a issue with a seiko before!

 

 

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Hi,  I have a 6139-6002 which has chrono buttons and the case data shows F2-Screw2 for 6139-600 so I suspect your case is 707(1).  This then has case data as F3-Screw3.  

The F3 is the data for the glass fitting only (see page 13 on doc) and the Screw3 is the case assembly with all parts.  

My 6139 has chrono buttons but the case info fits so I can only assume that the chrono buttons do not affect the case assembly as such and that the extra digit brings in the chrono or other form of the basic case.

Hope this helps a little.

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