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  1. You tease. lol
  2. The clutch wheel may have dropped out of place. Time to take the dial off
  3. A gentle tug on the crown, as you press the push bolt will enable you to remove the stem without pushing to hard on the push bolt.
  4. Have you replaced the Date change wheel and run the watch?
  5. I prefer to strip and service the watch.
  6. Hi Adam Thousands available but you must measure it accurately. I will supply and fit it you would like. This would be £18 plus return postage. regards Simon
  7. The safest way would be to break and remove the glass. You could try using a case press,but you may distort the dial.
  8. Does the Balance spring have an overcoil or is it flat?
  9. Do you have any pictures?
  10. A standard mainspring will fit that Barrel. The spring in the picture has had its end , reformed, by a watchmaker. ( incorrectly)
  11. Email me your address details and I will send you a screw. My Email is essexclockandwatch@hotmail.com
  12. Do you know the calibre of the module?
  13. I did respond. Did you not see my message? Will Email you.
  14. Hi my contact details are as follows: email essexclockandwatch@hotmail.com Tel 0208 503 8337 address 74 Mayesbrook Rd, Goodmayes, Essex, IG3 9PJ regards Simon
  15. As it is a reasonably new watch, we can ignore the wear factor. I would want to see which wheels are slipping. Could be the Clutch wheel and Pinion or the Winding Pinion and Crown Wheel. Could even be as simple as parts need lubricating. The watch maybe a recent new purchase, but it could be a few years since manufacture. hope this helps.
  16. simon2

    Swisstime woes!

    Hope you get this problem resolved. If not give me a shout.
  17. simon2

    Swisstime woes!

    Did they give you a full report of what they did, during the service. What is the time error?
  18. simon2

    Seiko Crystal

    If yours has, then yes it should. Just check the 2 rings, to make sure there ring is the same as the one on your old glass.
  19. simon2

    Seiko Crystal

    the reference# i get for that case is: 310P03HB0A . You may have to have a glass press to install it.
  20. simon2

    Seiko Crystal

    Will go look at books.
  21. Not going to an easy fix.may have to remove the dial or that green plastic module cover.
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