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...aka Grandpa Tuna Seiko 6159-7010 is now back at home after spending a few days with Duncan aka Cannop who kindly offered his help to replace all gaskets and the crystal and fixed a couple of small issues.

Here are a few pics taken by Duncan with his kind permission:

Before:


Let the work begin...















...reassemble...









...pressure test...













done!



Of course it's far from being perfect but I don't really care and now it's back at home and hopefully won't leave me for years to come...





















Thank you very much Duncan!
 

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Looking good Mario, in fact very nice, you should be fine swimming with that :)

Not wishing to high jack your post but dose anyone know where i can get one of these "C" washers for my 7549-7009 project ? (picture is Duncans).

 

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Beautiful watch Mario... Wear it in good health !! Thanks for lovely pics :cool:
 

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gorgeous watch...love it...love the patina
 

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Nice, love seeing the refurbishment process in-depth!


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Congrats on getting your 6159 tuna back Mario!

Thanks for posting the pics as well. Looks like a job well done.
Your post is very timely as i am also looking for somebody to help clean up and change the gaskets on my 6159 tuna. It has been neglected for pastfew years and now i want to get it done right.
 
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