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  1. Public Forum
    Hello, and thank you for the add! Newbie here with watch building in general. It's my first time putting together a watch with 2824 clone, and am having issues with stem reinsertion. Before removing, I pulled out the stem to the time setting position (but I have seen on some strings that there...
  2. Watchmaking
    This ETA 805.112 from a Mondaine watch seems to not have a way to remove the stem. After watching numerous videos and searches, am I right in thinking there are movements where the stem is not suppose to be removed ? Attached a photo for reference as any help would make my bank holiday weekend...
  3. TAG Heuer
    For those not are sure abut old quartz movement (844 monnin case) the cown position is in when to remove the stem if not you most sourly end up remove dial and hands to reset the framework this apply to ESA AS 536.121 same for CVC and Breitling using this movement hopefully this is useful to...
  4. Watchmaking
    Hi, everyone. I'm just getting started learning to clean and repair watches. I bought a vintage Timex off eBay that was not working. I bought a new battery and, when I put it in, the second hands "beats", but doesn't move forward around the dial. I'm trying to figure out how to remove the stem...
  5. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hello, I would like to remove the stem from this 1970s Rado Golden Horse in order to unblock the anchor and clean it ... I tried to push the little button above the stem, but did not succeed. Also pulling out the crown for setting date etc. is very hard. Unfortunately I do not know the movement...
  6. Seiko
    Hi, I searched the whole forum, read the FAQs etc, but did not find what I was looking for. Or at least it did not work. I have here a Seiko Speed-Timer with a 6139B movement. And now I want to remove the stems/crowns. Where do I have to press, turn, push ? Thanks for your help !
  7. Watchmaking
    Ok, I know we are talking about a low-cost department store watch here (mine happens to be a no-frills quartz). The history is that even though this watch is the least interesting in my collection and has substantially no real value, it does hold sentimental value to me in that it was my...
  8. Watchmaking
    Hello. I just bought my first Bulova Accutron, a real beauty, a 1965 Bowtie with a 218D. I need to remove the movement to clear out a piece of fiber or lint that is stuck under the crystal and protruding into the watch enough for the second hand to contact it with each revolution. I do not see a...
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