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Old 01-30-2016, 04:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here is a picture for you jimmygreen. Hope it helps with your problem. I have attached the tech sheet too.
Good luck.

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Meant to add, if yours has the little plastic wheel, take care that is meshed properly with the other two wheels as the teeth are very fine and easily damaged.

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Old 02-06-2016, 05:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Thank you! You are the best!
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Old 02-08-2016, 07:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Well, after working hard for the past 2 days, I was able to get all the parts together. It worked a bit better, but only for a while.
After taking it apart again to try to fix it I realized what the problem was... the stem is snapped in half.
I messed up big time. I think ill just give up.

Thanks anyways bro! you have been a great help
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Well I think I'm going to be stubborn about this and try to fix it myself. When working on it, everything fit, and I think everything is in the right place. The current problem is that the stem is broken, and that I have this one grey small plastic gear that I don't know where it fits. Now assuming everything is done correctly (I'll send a picture soon), would inserting a new crown automatically make the watch work? Also any idea what this small grey plastic gear is?
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Old 02-09-2016, 06:49 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Hi
Sorry not to reply sooner.
It's hard to see from the picture. Is it not the plastic wheel that you can see in the picture that I posted? That one is whitish in colour but maybe yours is grey. If you have had the date wheel off it might have dropped out and you didn't notice. As long as the setting lever and the yoke are in the correct position the new stem should go back in ok. Bit of a pain but you are going to have to take the date wheel and it's retaining plate off anyway to put the plastic wheel back in, just make sure that the parts where the stem fit look like they do in the picture at the top.
Good luck, keep at it and I'm sure you'll get it.

Meant to say. If it is the little plastic wheel that I think it is, have a close look at the very fine teeth that it has. They do get damaged very easily, and if already damaged you will find that the date will not change as it passes midnight. I have just checked , I have a few bits and pieces for these but unfortunately no stem and only another damaged wheel or you would have been welcome to them.

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Thank you! I think I just noticed where that plastic wheel goes. If I remember correctly it is not damaged. Hopefully I'll get back to this project by the weekend. Thanks!
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Hello! Here is what I have been doing over the weekend. Any thoughts, comments, or suggestions?
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It looks ok from what I can see from the photo. The only thing is making sure you don't have the date jumper trapped underneath the date wheel. That's the lever that the tiny little spring controls. Have you got a new stem yet?
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I haven't bought it yet, as I've been really busy lately. I'm aiming to have it done by the end of the month.
Also, is this the part you are talking about not having it stuck underneath?
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No not that one. You know the tiny spring underneath the plate? Well the part that it "pushes" is what I am referring to. In the picture at the top of this post you can see it at the left.
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Oh ok, yeah its trapped in! Thank you!
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