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PC-Magician

Seiko 7005A Service Part 3 The Final Instalment

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Rebuilding the movement starting on the going train side of the movement.

Barrel and train wheel bridge cleaned oiled and assembled ready for fitting later.

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A nice shiny mainplate.

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Centre wheel dropped in.

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Centre wheel bridge secured in place.

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Third wheel and escape wheel in place.

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Barrel all cleaned and lubricated including the spring and arbor.

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Barrel in place.

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Sweep sends wheel ready to go in.

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Sweep seconds wheel in place.

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Click fitted.

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Barrel and train wheel bridge fitted.

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Pallet fork jewel oiled.

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Pallet fork and cock fitted.

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Balance fitted and she is alive but must put that screw in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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Balance endstone and chaton off and cleaned.

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Now initial testing and regulation can be done before we start putting the motion works together.

I leave for several hours to bed in as further regulation will be needed and I also need to clean the bottom endstone.

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Motion side/calendar.

Bottom balance endstone - Canon pinion and minute wheel fitted.

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Date driving wheel on.

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Date finger and intermediate wheel on.

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Stem and clutch.

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Setting lever on.

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Yoke and setting lever spring on.

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Date jumper spring.

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Calendar wheel on.

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Hour wheel on and the date dial guard, you can see the hour wheel pipe poking through.

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Happy with that but may tweak so it gains slightly, depends how it goes on the wrist in the real world.

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Case up and put the rotor on.

Lubricate the rotor bearings.

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Movement ring and seal fitted plus the stem and crown.

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Rotor secured.

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Looking good.

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Thanks for looking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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very nice 7005 and excellent work, it looks a very good movement to me very well made with very good recesses its not a light weight as some make out, no wonder there are so many happily running after so many years, mine was excellent though now sadly gone. Thanks for posting John. 

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