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Seismic one

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  1. Dear Simon, I managed to obtain a staff for A J10 only to discover with the help of Junghans that IT is a J 5 which..is differant. Thanks for all tour effort.
  2. 3 o'clock position is for full hunter when opened the 12 o'clock is at the top.
  3. T too have one the same sadly no box or receipt. The odd thing is i found it harder to repair and assemble than my Waltham Traveler.
  4. Can anyone suggest a good demagnetiser that wont cost the earth?. And where to buy. I have three maybe four pocket watches thst have pickup a degree of magnetic attraction
  5. Managed at last to upload new photo's inthis post --Junghans P/W with alarm New photo again
  6. Had problem wuth photobucket now using Flickr
  7. Thanks for the replies, i have posted a new photo
  8. Photobucket has blocked my dowmloads can aymone suggest a new hosting site
  9. I have a Junghans pocket watch with a built in alarm from my research i think it could be a J10. Early 1900 The balance staff has broken but all else appears to be in good condition. Has any member knowledge of where i might be able to find a staff or a complete balance. Serial No 9570
  10. A frozen shoulder is caused by a build up of calcium in the socket mainly due to lack of movement which i suspect this is the case as you would have been protecting your elbow. I was advised to stand in the shower let the warm water run over the affected shoulder at the same time let your arm drop down by your side swing the arm back and forth after five minutes change your arm movement to a circular motion as if you are drawing a circle on the floor. this will take app. two weeks if done every day.
  11. I have no idea, mine never lasts long enough.
  12. 1944 then 2014 This is one of the most fascinating forwards I've ever received... You can go back and forth on each picture like traveling back in time! This is an incredible use of photography and technology. Directions: Just click on the photo anywhere and it will become 2014. Click again and it will go back to 1944, or you can left click and hold on each photo, and then drag your mouse gently from left to right on the original photograph and it will become a photo of the exact same location and view in 2014. Drag it back to the left and you are back in 1944! Scroll down for there are a total of 10 photos. http://interactive.guim.co.uk/embed/2014/apr/image-opacity-slider-master/index.html?ww2-
  13. Find an old computer take out hard drive dismantle it and you will find one of the strongest magnets for it's size in the world (NEODYMIUM MAGNETS) pass this over the area you think you lost it even the keyboard you will be amazed at what you find..
  14. Remove the broken spring, measure the thickness height and lenngth, go onto Cousins UK website where you will be able to identify one from their stock. Also check what type of ends are fitted.
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