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Old 05-20-2015, 05:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 7t34 instruction manual.

I have just passed on a 7t34 and need to find instructions.
Is it basically the same as the 7T32?
I can find it in Japanese and a one page instruction by Goldsmith....
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Old 05-20-2015, 08:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you check here?
https://www.thewatchsite.com/14-user-...ide-downloads/
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Thanks. It wasn't in the page you sent me but I have seen a load more manuals by isthmus somewhere. It could just be a tap talk issue with redirections.
I will keep hunting.
Correct me if I'm wrong but the 7t32 and the 7t34 only differ with the date dial?
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Old 05-21-2015, 03:40 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Some Info on both...

7T32
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7T34
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7T32A.pdf

7T24A_34A_36A_44A.pdf
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Thanks. It wasn't in the page you sent me but I have seen a load more manuals by isthmus somewhere. It could just be a tap talk issue with redirections.
I will keep hunting.
Correct me if I'm wrong but the 7t32 and the 7t34 only differ with the date dial?
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Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't this what you are looking for?

https://thewatchsite.com/files/Seiko%...nuals/7T34.pdf

EDIT : Scratch that, it's the Japanese one.
Wonder why they listed it on an English speaking forum.

I can only find it in Dutch
https://www.u-manual.com/download-ma...-cal-7t34.html

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Thanks Roberto that's what I came across too.
I'm not too worried as I can expect the 7T32 would be the same.
And that one is even listed on the Seiko database!!
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The 7T32 actually uses the exact same main plate as the 7T34 and shares most of the same parts. If you look at the 7T32 technical manual it actually points out the unused holes that are only for the 7T34 movement. Basically the 7T34 is a 7T32 with a few more parts under the cover.
If you need any help at all with it just send me a PM. I have a homemade photograph repair manual that shows the movement in sequence as the parts are removed from the movement so you don't have to worry about trying to remember where all of those gears and levers go. I also have one whole bin devoted to nothing but 7T32 and 7T34 parts. Everything from the smallest part to complete working movements to dials cases and rings.
I have over 40 7T32 and 7T34 finished watched in my collection and about another 20 waiting to be restored. They are my favorite Seiko.

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Wow. Thank you Michael.
You answered my question. They run off the same manual.
I just need it to share with someone who has just purchased a 7t34 and is struggling with alarm/ dual time setting.
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Well the 7T32 manual will be 99% correct except for the couple of extra gears. I have the 7T32/7T34 technical manual but it is a PDF on my hard drive so I can not post it up here. I could send it to your email if you like. I would also be happy to share my homemade photo step by step manual if you like also. It sure speeds things up having close up color pictures of everything. having the technical guide and the photos make repairing a complicated movement a lot easier.
This what you see when you remove the gearbox cover. Nothing has been removed yet in this picture.


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OK I converted the PDF to JPEG and I uploaded all of the pages to the 7T34 Service manual for you and anyone else who wants to grab it. This link is to the page on my photobucket account that I uploaded the manual to.

http://s135.photobucket.com/user/Sti...?sort=3&page=1

Everyone feel free to downloaded the pages if you want.

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The 7T32 actually uses the exact same main plate as the 7T34 and shares most of the same parts. If you look at the 7T32 technical manual it actually points out the unused holes that are only for the 7T34 movement. Basically the 7T34 is a 7T32 with a few more parts under the cover.
If you need any help at all with it just send me a PM. I have a homemade photograph repair manual that shows the movement in sequence as the parts are removed from the movement so you don't have to worry about trying to remember where all of those gears and levers go. I also have one whole bin devoted to nothing but 7T32 and 7T34 parts. Everything from the smallest part to complete working movements to dials cases and rings.
I have over 40 7T32 and 7T34 finished watched in my collection and about another 20 waiting to be restored. They are my favorite Seiko.

Michael
Hi Michael you sound like you could be just the man I want to talk to? Iv recently acquired a 7T34 Seiko watch but am struggling to get it up-and-running, hoped it would be a simple repair but we all know what hope did! Anyway after reading one of your posts I see I'm not the only person to like these watches-and judging by your collection of watches/parts/and information you've had the bug sometime? Thanks for the free manuals/photos by the way and I notice your post was 4/5 years ago so before I bore you with a few parts I'm hoping you can help me with are you still as keen on them now in 2018? Ps this is my first post on this forum-what a find I happend across it by accident so please forgive me if iv posted incorrectly or put it in the wrong place-Kind Regards Jakson.
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I love those 7T34 Flightmaster, I have parts for sale if you need.


I can take HQ pictures of the 7T34 instructions manual, let me know.


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Hi Alpha,iv just spotted a reply i think to a post i made back in Dec 2018? Iv clearly not been onnto check in a while!? The instruction manual/photos and parts sound like a very kind offer and if that still stands id like to take you up on it, for the 7t34b in black&gold finish i need the main date/time-set stem and crown and what i think is near an impossibility these days- a circuit board for another 7t34 which is nowhere near as attractive to look at as yours being the plain stainless finish with no bezel,is still a clean complete 7t34 that sadly joins thousands of others across the world-sat in a drawer at the moment.Have you been a longterm fan of these watches? Its a fairly new thing for me having preferred traditional movements,however having a bit of an electrical background iv become fascinated with the tiny circuit with prettymuch a single ic,transistor and crystal to set up oscilation and all from 1.5volts you get supreme accuracy?-very impressive! Anyway hope the reply was to my post and appologies if not,hoping to hear back,Kind Regards Jakson.
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