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Repairs to Summit incabloc

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Hello all, I've looked as advised for answers to this question, however either it's too far back or I'm not looking in the right place.

I've acquired a Summit incabloc, my plan is to try and get it running a little more regular than it is at the moment.

so, I'm after a site with parts and a data sheet (if that's what they're called), strip down and exploded view like a Haynes manual, I'm sure they're out there, I just don't know where to look.

Will  the movement be called something other than a Swiss Summit 17 jewel movement?

Patience please, I am a newby.


Thanks, Rick. 

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I think you are looking at the dial, right? You need to get the back off the watch and take a look at the movement.. In my short experience of Summits, they are usually screw-on backs. Look for notches around the circumference. As above, photos posted here are your best bet. There's a guide on how to upload them. Don't worry about the "Haynes Manual" until you've identified the movement. What sort of irregularity are you seeing, anyway?

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