My bad. The cleaning of the other parts was obvious, but i thought the dial had also been through it. I guess the scratched and dirty crystal made it seem that way.
I was asking because i have several dials that would enjoy a little cleaning work but i'm always afraid of making things worse.
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My latest purchase is Slava 3056. This watch is new, with a box and a passport. Judging by the inscription, this watch was presented for a birthday in February 1981, that is more than 38 years ago.
The inscription says: "To beloved friend Vasya in honor of the 50th anniversary from the Shvets family. 20.02.1981"
Of course, I will be have to work with the mechanism. For so many years of inactivity, all moving parts move poorly. With an effort, I was able to crank the rotor of the stepper motor. But this is all the little things. I will do everything, everything will work as it should.
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