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Hi all, just revisited a 6139 of mine that I have had for ages. Never worked and was unloved all that time. It looks like the indices have being bright green lumed at sometime ,ugly as.
The dial code says 7030T, but that nothing like the the dial when you search it. Closest I can relate it is the 8040. There are not many dials than have the block markers between the indices.
Love to here your thoughts guys.
On a side note I have a 7070 with the dial feet missing. Is it possible to get away the dial dots to fix the dial in place. Otherwise any other fix other than having the feet attached back,I have both . But zero skill set to put them back on. I intend to move this watch on once is suitable repaired and up and running.
Thanks Tony

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Thanks for the reply. You are spot on. Found this image and if you zoom in the dial code says 7030T. That ugly green lume is going for sure. These are the hands that came with it. Well they do match the dial. Problem solved ID wise I
would say. Now to sort out the 7070.
Cheers Tony

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