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PC-Magician

Seiko 7005A Service Part 1

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Another Seiko has landed on my workbench a 7005A automatic 1973 vintage.

It has a lovely blue dial as you can see.

 

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Not as bad as it could be but needs service.

 

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Case back removed.

 

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See the dirt on the ratchet wheel

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Rotor removed.

 

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Stem release button.

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Seal and movement ring removed.

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On the movement cushion.

 

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Hands and dial removed.

 

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On the movement holder ready for the serious stuff.

 

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Date dial guard removed.

 

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What lies beneath?.

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Date ring removed.

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Be careful not to lose the date jumper spring (Red Arrow)

 

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Hour and minute wheel removed.

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Minute wheel.

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Intermediate wheel removed.

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Date finger and date driving wheel removed.

 

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Getting ready to remove the canon pinion.

 

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Setting lever spring removed.

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Yoke clutch lever removed.

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Setting lever comes off next.

 

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Stem and clutch off.

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Watch you don’t lose the setting lever axle it should not come out but you could be unlucky.

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Dial side empty apart from the Diashock.

 

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Part 2 to follow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by PC-Magician

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