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Hi guys,


According to the reference documents I could find, the 4006A movement should have a casing spring. Is this true for all Bell-Matics or do some have a different system to hold the movement? Some Bell-Matics I've seen for sale do not appear to have a casing spring and when I ask the seller about it they seem perplexed. Maybe I'm a bit off in thinking they should all have the casing spring? Help anyone?


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Thanks guys.


And thanks for the picture with labeling Tiger, much appreciated. One of the sellers I questioned did finally get back to me and admitted the watch was missing the casing spring. Seems a lot of Seiko models have this problem and it's tough finding new(er) ones. Does anyone supply after-market casing springs that you know of? I can't seem to find any.


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