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Topic Review (Newest First)
12-07-2019 11:55 PM
rileynp Here's the oiling chart for the 4522A:
05-05-2017 11:41 AM
vintageman Big thank...
04-03-2017 08:15 PM
NewConvert wow thank you for all the pages of information in this section.
12-05-2016 02:59 PM
MrScott Thanks for sharing the documents. Very much appreciated.
11-03-2016 11:42 PM
dr1ftk1ng Muchas Gracias!! This is excellent information
11-05-2015 08:03 PM
jamesnroses A bit thank !!!!
07-05-2015 02:16 PM
willdy Your effort is greatly appreciated!
07-04-2015 09:33 PM
ramrod great info.
04-29-2014 05:20 PM
adriana Simply outstanding. Not sure how I coped before
04-25-2010 05:35 PM
Stony
Seiko Watch Technical Guide (hires/color)

I did scan the “Seiko Watch Technical Guide”, dated somewhere in the late seventies I think.
Most of it's content is already available online, for example here: https://www.thewatchsite.com/index.php/topic,23.0.html

But these new scans are in color (useful, because the type of oil is indicated by color) and high resolution (simply nicer )

High resolution comes with a disadvantage: total scan size is 125 Mb. So I did split the guide according to the index, I think the titles of the links speak for themselves. If you’re looking for just one specific movement, please check the “List of basic and derivative calibres” chapter which basic caliber sheet applies .

Because of filesize, I deleted the empty pages. If you want to print the pages, check the appropriate “rotate” and “fit to page” options in your pdf reader because of several oversized pages.

I hope you enjoy this guide

Stony


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Seiko Watch Technical Guide Individual Sections and Caliber Guides:

[list type=decimal]Index.pdf 792k Items common to all Seiko watches 2.4M Casing Guide.pdf 25.1M List of basic and derivate calibers 996k 1100A.pdf 1003k 1104A.pdf 3.1M 17A.pdf 1.7M 2202A.pdf 1.4M 2205A.pdf 3.9M 2206A.pdf 1.5M 2406A.pdf 2.9M 2517B.pdf 5.9M 2706.pdf 4.7M 2906A.pdf 2.9M 3703A.pdf 9.1M 4006A.pdf 7.3M 5206A.pdf 3.4M 5606A.pdf 3.5M 5619A.pdf 1.1M 6106A.pdf 3.4M 6138A.pdf 5.1M 6139A.pdf 9.0M 63A.pdf 1.7M 6309A.pdf 2.8M 7005A.pdf 1.8M 7016A.pdf 4.6M 7019A.pdf 1.1M 8800C.pdf 1.9M [/list]

Technical Addendum:

Seiko Tech Guide Addendum - Repairing & Checking Methods for Calibers 7005A, 7006A, 6138A & 6139A 5.5M



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