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In 2012 I showed my working and my dead Zenith ana-digi led watches.
http://www.thewatchsite.com/22-non-japanese-watch-discussion/32596-i-ve-also-got-cool-zenith-second-one-just-arrived.html

Well I found this one a while ago on the bay and apart from the filthy scratched case the movement looked clean.



No signs of battery acid on the inside and on the dial. For future reference, this is what a acid fumes damaged dial looks like. Damage around the hour markers is usually a bad sign.


The "new" movement looked very nice, one button leaf spring was broken, but my dead nos module had perfect springs :)


Oh yeah :)


Nice ain't it :yahoo:




The silver dialed one eats two expensive silver oxide batteries in a few weeks (not good) I'll see what I can do about that...



And two pics of the over complicated dead donor movement.

 

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Beautifull restored Zenith,with a very intresting movement :sign0098:
 
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