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  1. have a look on TheWatchSite (also referred to as SCWF). There is a section called: Citizen/Miyota Calibers Technical/Repair Manuals have a look in there and you'll find some very useful info.
  2. it looks like you've got all that you need there (though I can't see a crown). You should be able to get that back togther without too much trouble. Try a google search for: "seiko 6309 9010 boley" and you will see a link to the boley.de site with lots of good info.
  3. I acquired this 4S15-6000 from YJ just before Christmas. it needed some TLC to get it back to where it is now - new dial feet (originals had snapped off), new centre wheel jewel (original was shattered), new oscilating weight (original was broken) and a full service, but I'm very happy with the end result.
  4. Very good advice. Swapping a donor movement into your watch should be straightforward. Mine says "hi" - this is the oldest watch in my collection, also purchased in the late 80's.
  5. John, I'd be happy to work on your 6139's. I tried to send you a PM but it failed saying you cannot receive messages.
  6. I think the seller is playing on words. Every single part may well be original, just not to the watch that they are fitted to. With regards looking for parts for a Pogue, I can recommend: Uncle Seiko bracelets (he does two types) - there is also a 'distributor' in the UK that saves any possible issues with import duties Sternkreuz crystals (replacement for the SEIKO 330W18GN) there is a seller on ebay listing what he claims are NOS crowns. These are the best currently available. there is another seller on ebay listing stem, spring and gear (which are required t
  7. I own these two I prefer the second.
  8. You need stem 351.580 and crown 45M60NS1 Both are in stock at Cousins.
  9. I'm a self taught hobbyist and know the pleasure that fixing something yourself can give, that along with knowing you've done a 'good' job. My advice would be to work out what you want to be able to do. And I recommend setting your sights low. Not because I doubt your capability but simply because its better to achieve what you set out to do and then raise the bar, than to fail and give up on the first outing. For example: 1 - change a battery (and you might think I'm joking here, but to change a battery without marking the case or damaging the movement is a skill) 2 - chan
  10. I use the Etic 340.400 Easy to use and works on movements and screwdrivers etc.
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