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Looking a coil for a Seiko 4004 Quartz, cal. 4633A

Seiko Part no. 4002 005

Anybody know where I can get one?

ALSO:

Is there a later or interchangeable coil? Meaning a different and more easily sourced part number that would work?

Thanks in advance ~
 

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A want to buy on the Trade forum is the the usual first port of call, but if you remove the space between the part numbers - you'll have more luck on google. The coil is only used on SEK 4622A SEK 4623A SEK 4633A
 

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Is the coil damage something which may by rescued by Grobet Circuit Mender? Have used with remarkable success on "obsolete" coils. Regards, BG
 

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Is the coil damage something which may by rescued by Grobet Circuit Mender? Have used with remarkable success on "obsolete" coils. Regards, BG
I've never heard of this, but have a couple of bum quartz movements I wouldn't mind trying this on. What is a Grobet Circuit Mender?
 

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Most of the supply houses have it...search for circuit mender, circuit maker and your should find it. Jules Borel number is CE890...and shows to be a Vigor product...on the bottle it says Permatex. Expensive...works (usually) and lasts a long time if you keep it thinned. Regards, BG
 
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