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  • Recent Lesson Discussions

    • This video contains a breakdown of the strategy behind the Fault Finding Pathway including some demonstrations on how to implement your checks... ...
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    • CMS screw-up. Ive edited the link manually Also - it was available via the link at the top anyway https://www.watchrepairtalk.com/watch-repair-lessons/watch_repair_lessons.html/
    • Hi Mark,   I get an error when I try and view the full lesson.
    • No - why would you do that? Simple - charge for quotes. Offset that charge if the job is proceeded - thats fair for both the watch owner and you. My workshop was way too busy to do quotes for free although many watch repairers may do so - it's their choice.   I guess thats a possibility - but the watch has been presented for a reason, the reason mainly that it's not running perfectly and requires service. I guess disturbing the movement may make it worse before it gets better but sometimes common sense will reduce that risk. For example, if the watch is clearly rusty then attempting to remove the winding crown may very well cause it to snap off completely, that's common sense so you would not do that. But, you would factor the cost into your estimate because it may well happen when the job is proceeded. Again - common sense
    • The process of focusing in on the cause of any fault in a watch movement will depend largely on which kind of fault you are presented with. You could categorise faults into three basic formats ....
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