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Following countless tests I concluded that my chrono wheel is slightly faulty and needs some care and attention.

Basically the clutch spring is a little bent/loose which makes the entire clutch ring a little wobbly.

I'm not 100% certain that this is the problem but I have no other option but to give it a shot.

I managed to remove a couple of parts from the whole chrono wheel ensemble but I don't know how to proceed any further without breaking anything.

The most important parts are the ones that I have yet to remove.

I know that all these parts are staked onto the staff but could I safely remove them? I don't have a staking set by the way.

Decided to take and post some pictures in case someone else might find it useful since many on the web are of damaged parts.

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Sir Alan (Simon Wilkinson) is the only person I know who has done this successfully. Do a search under this name in this forum and you should find it.


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