That really depends what is wrong with it....Hi!
My first post here and it's a question, is it possible to repair a chronograph wheel to a 6138 movement ? i've found the parts on a couple of sites who sells watch parts, they sell them for repair or parts.
Just to check...what do you mean by 'tap'?...do you mean 'tip'....the end bit where the sweep hand attaches?Thanks for the welcoming, and for the answer, but if i have a chrono wheel with a broken tap is it possible to swap the clutch to an other with a okay tap, it seems like the spring is broken, it just wobbling around.
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That's nice and good work.Hi!
I guess picking up an old beater is also a gamble, it can be even worse, but i guess it is the only way to go, and by the way what's appropriate to pay for a chrono wheel, if i find one?
Thank you for your nice offer to keep an eye open, i have fiddling with watches a short while and find it both frustrating and satisfying, this is my recent object, complete disassembly, cleaning and so on:
Wow, that's impressive hmy:, is that what they call addiction, maybe a Seikoholic , but i'm on a tight budget so this is off limit for me. More problems, can't find the wheel lever plate, it just vanished, very annoying, but i found one on the net so it's solved.
B t w what is the main difference between 6138 A and B ?