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PC-Magician

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I can finally get my hands on my new tools.

10X Loupe with Saphire Lens

Bergeon Screwdrivers

Dumont No5 Tweezers

All good stuff which will help in my training.

 

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3 minutes ago, scottswatches said:

Quality in these things helps no end.  Good luck with all future repairs,  and may your floor be lost part free

Thanks Scott, any hints tips welcome.

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Start with a very clean work area including the floor.  You will drop a part or a spring will ping, and it is better to recover these things rather than replace.

Oh, and double check the case is okay first.  I recently serviced a felsa 4000, including replacing a spring that pinged.  Rebuilt it, put it back in the case and then fitted a new strap.  Then realised the lugs were shot, and short of gluing in the springbars it was not going to work out well.

Anyone have a case for an Onsa 30 jewel watch spare?

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34 minutes ago, PC-Magician said:

Behave.

Your a very naughty boy.

 

Sorry John...glad you saw the funny side. Good luck with your new venture sir. 

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6 minutes ago, Nigelp said:

Sorry John...glad you saw the funny side. Good luck with your new venture sir. 

 

6 minutes ago, Nigelp said:

Sorry John...glad you saw the funny side. Good luck with your new venture sir. 

Nice to have more than one tool.:laugh:

I have a great sense of humour after all I am on this forum.:clap:

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1 minute ago, PC-Magician said:

 

Nice to have more than one tool.:laugh:

you are a sharp wit sir, i must retire now enjoy your evening my friend. :biggrin:

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