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WatchRepairHelp.co.uk A Watch Repair Help Discussion Forum 2012-05-21T20:55:08+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/feed.php?f=6 2012-05-21T20:55:08+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7833#p7833 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]>
Again, thanks for the help, i'll be sure to recomend your sites to friends and collegues!

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2012-05-21T19:30:14+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7832#p7832 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]> http://www.citizen.co.jp/miyota_mvt/dow ... .html#2025

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2012-05-21T19:04:16+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7830#p7830 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]>
So looks like (if i've measured it properly) deatils are:

Hour: 1.28mm
Min: 0.70mm

Post to hold the face on are at 23mins and 53mins.

Let me know if it sounds like i've got the right kind of measurements!

Rich

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2012-05-21T09:31:16+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7827#p7827 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]>
David

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2012-05-20T19:55:03+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7826#p7826 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]>
Terry

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2012-05-20T19:41:25+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7825#p7825 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]> Many thanks for the response, i thought it might have been fairly rubish, an upgrade would be a must then...! I'll need to borrow a pair of verniers from work (one of our engineers should have a decent pair) and measure them tomorrow evening and get back to you.
I really appreciate you taking the time to help!!
Rich

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2012-05-20T17:40:55+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7823#p7823 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]>
Terry

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2012-05-20T10:00:08+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7822#p7822 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Replacement quartz movement advice]]>
If it helps, here are the details of the movement that i found online, but the only people i can find selling it, sell a minimum of 10,000 units...

Cheers

Oscillator frequency: 32768Hz
Dimension: 6¾ ×8
Dimension: 22.6×22
Time Keeping: ±30seconds/month

Circuit: C-MOS
Operating Voltage: DC1.35V to 1.65V
Operating Temperature:-5? to 55?
Average Consumption Current: 1.90µA
Battery:1.55v /ø 6.80×2.60
Battery Life:18 months
Torque: =5µNM

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2012-05-13T16:23:47+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=5011&p=7804#p7804 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Replacement quartz movement advice]]> New to this forum so i'd appreciate any help and advice people can give.

I have a watch i like, but has a fairly rubish quartz movement in it, can any recomend a possible upgrade for it, or somewhere i could get a direct movement replacement? It's a Japanese SL28 date movement.

Many thanks,

Rich

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2012-02-06T12:05:26+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=3798&p=6078#p6078 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: New battery for H324110 Jazzmaster ETA 955 112]]> Statistics: Posted by mardan — Mon Feb 06, 2012 12:05 pm


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2012-02-06T00:59:51+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=3798&p=6075#p6075 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: New battery for H324110 Jazzmaster ETA 955 112]]> Thanks for your reply

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2012-02-05T20:24:28+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=3798&p=6073#p6073 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: New battery for H324110 Jazzmaster ETA 955 112]]> Statistics: Posted by mardan — Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:24 pm


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2012-02-05T12:56:55+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=3798&p=6072#p6072 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • New battery for H324110 Jazzmaster ETA 955 112]]> I admit now to being completely confused and would be grateful of some help please......

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2011-10-25T13:43:39+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=2525&p=4071#p4071 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Irregular stepping Rondo 715 Movement]]>

Is there any other obvious electrical interference?

Have you tried demagnetising the movement and or case?

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2011-10-24T15:06:46+01:00 http://watchrepairhelp.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=2525&p=4068#p4068 <![CDATA[Watch Repair Help Quartz Problems • Re: Irregular stepping Rondo 715 Movement]]> Statistics: Posted by David — Mon Oct 24, 2011 3:06 pm


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