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Hi all.

Thanks for letting me in. Been interested in watches and possibly servicing and repairing them for ages, but couldn't pluck up the courage to disassemble one.

Got an Omega 1020 seamaster I'm going to have a go at repairing. Not working now so I can't make it any worse.

Bought a few tools over the years, and all I need now is a decent set of screwdrivers to replace the Anchor set I have now, which to be fair haven't been too bad.

I'll be trawling the forum looking for tips and advice, and if I get the 1020 working, I'll post some piccies.

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