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Just picked up a old new stock ETA 2541 movement from ebay for a few bucks and I was planning to take it apart to teach myself about watch making. Problem is I don't see it listed on the ETA Customer Service site.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks very much!
 

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Just picked up a old new stock ETA 2541 movement from ebay for a few bucks and I was planning to take it apart to teach myself about watch making. Problem is I don't see it listed on the ETA Customer Service site.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks very much!
Maybe I did not have all the service manual, but even 1981 published Catalogue Ebauches SA did not list one as 2541, The closest one is 2641, which is identical to Christoph Lorenz's website list of ETA 2541, I think it is just mis-read from 2641.
Use 2641 manual.
 

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Maybe I did not have all the service manual, but even 1981 published Catalogue Ebauches SA did not list one as 2541, The closest one is 2641, which is identical to Christoph Lorenz's website list of ETA 2541, I think it is just mis-read from 2641.
Use 2641 manual.
There is an ETA 2541 movement. It is a small (7 3/4 ligne) manual wind movement with date. Since this movement has not been made since 1972 it will not be found on the ETA website.

Some technical documentation on this movement can be found here: ETA 2540/2541
 

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There is an ETA 2541 movement. It is a small (7 3/4 ligne) manual wind movement with date. Since this movement has not been made since 1972 it will not be found on the ETA website.

Some technical documentation on this movement can be found here: ETA 2540/2541
Jim, thank you for this link. I miss many info, my ETA catalog was published 1976, now I am going to make some copy and update myself.:thanks
 
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