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No idea exactly, looks like a chinese movement with a slipping cannon pinion. (shouldn't this be in "watchmaking and tinkering"?)
Is there any resistance when you move the hands? No resistance means the "clutch is slipping" and there isn't enough torque to move the hands.
 

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Yes, the Chinese manufactures (as well the Swiss in many new calibers these days) are using the same pawl lever winding design that Seiko is known for. That is a Chinese caliber as Dutchsiberia points out. You'd do best to track down an entire replacement movement if any parts are worn, as individual spare parts are typically not available.

(And thanks Dutch, topic has been moved to W&T)
 
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