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i recently dropped my 142 and now the chronograph start/stop pusher is stuck in the in position. geeze!
the time function seems to work just fine...just can't start/stop the chronograph now. hope the movement isn't f*cked up.

i was thinking of sending it to jack at IWW.
any opinions on IWW vs. RGM? i know that RGM is the authorized US service center, but a lot of WIS's swear by jack's service.

any input would be greatly appreciated!
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Hi M,

Having worked on a Sinn 142 not long back, I think if you can get a guy to check the whacked pusher, you should be oks, I'm sure the chrono aint broke.

The work I was given was to relume and satinise the case, as the watch was originally Pvded.


Goodluck

Bry
 

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Tar Martin,

Website needs alot more adding, to busy at the moment to add photos, and all the Pvding, reluming work.

I'm timing watch again tonight, hopefully she'll be under +10sec per day


Cheers

Bry
 
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