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Chalkie

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  1. So popped into Alsal this afternoon. Tim was really helpful and had a quick look but couldn't identify the problem, so they are going to have a proper look and let me know tomorrow whether it needs parts or just labour to fix and service. Sounds like the cost is going to be at least £300, is this usual for this type of movement, and should I stick with Alsal or go for the manufacturers repair/service for another £100 or so?
  2. Thanks for the welcome. Yeah I really don't want to hand it over to some 2 bit watch repairer, which is why I sought out this forum.
  3. Hi, I'm looking for a little guidance please. I have a Montblanc sport Chronograph automatic which is about 5 years old. Something has happened to the stop watch, it is running constantly and the stop and reset buttons are not working at all. Other than that the watch itself seems to be working fine. I have taken it into an MB dealer and they could not tell me what was wrong, but offered to take an extortionate amount of money off me to send it off for a service and repair. I am just wondering if there is another option to get it serviced and repaired at a more reasonable cost w
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