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ETA 2892-A2 big date pdf


Hi all

i bought a watch that has been wrongly put together by someone (good price and worth fixing)

it has a 2892-A2 movement with the big date chronograph module fitted.

the watch was sold as “date not working”, I have stripped it down and got the mechanism working fine - the issue that it came with was the date discs had been put on wrongly which was jamming the change mechanism.

would anyone have a pdf that shows the correct alignment for the discs on assembly

image of the type of module attached

thanks for reading



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