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  1. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Upon learning from a reddit post that the 7546 movement is a close fit for NH35 cases, I decided to try to cram a 7546 movement into a 36mm datejust case (fitted ETA 2824s but also fits NH35s) with a dial from an old Seiko quartz. I refuse to put a NH35 movement under a seiko quartz dial out of...
  2. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    I've recently purchased a Seiko 5 with a 6309a movement in it. The issue listed by the seller was that the face was loose, so that was an easy fix, but the crown also wont seem to set properly. The crown will change the day and date but wont change the hour and minute hands. It also wont click...
  3. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    I've seen it stated many places that a 6309 crown should turn at least 1.5 complete revolutions when screwing down. However, some people post that their crowns take three or even four turns to screw down. Is this possible? I own three 6309s and their crowns all take just over two complete...
  4. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    I am looking for a crown for a 1962/3 Grand Seiko cal.3180 I have seen they all look quite different, but I need a crown that will suit the watch, in gold not SS. Shipping to South Africa. I have included an image of the watch and the current bad crown. Please help!
  5. Parts, Tools & Accessories Reviews
    I have a Seiko 7T92-0BB0 with a crown that has broken off with a bit of the stem in it -- so I need to replace both the crown and stem. Can someone point me to where I can find a new crown and stem? I have had this watch for a while and really want to be able to fix it, but I'm new to watch...
  6. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    SEIKO 6105-8110/8119 crown, unused (NOS), complete with gasket inside. I can't confirm the gasket condition but it still looks very "fat" and would provide good sealing pressure against the crown tube. Paypal US$ 80 shipped via Registered Mail.
  7. Parts, Tools & Accessories Reviews
    Hi all, Wondering if anyone here can help me. I'm looking for a replacement crown for my Seiko 6117-6010. I have a working stem that i ordered from ebay, but unfortunately the crown that was supplied with it was too small. I noticed a few old posts on this forum with members saying they had...
  8. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Today I successfully found a workaround for replacing the crown seal on the 6105: I wrapped the stem with teflon tape and added in a little silicone grease and bob's your uncle. I pressure tested it for 5 minutes under 6 BAR and it held like a champ. I don't dive with this one but I am no longer...
  9. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hi. I'm on the hunt for a Seiko 6139-6002 stem and crown and spring; I already have the gear. I know some of you guys must have these lying around in your parts bins, so please consider parting with one! Thanks in advance!
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