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my second trial to tear down an automatic movement

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this is the second time I tear down an automatic movement, purposely chose a cheap movement with more components for testing my skill
cheap movement so don’t have high expectation to it, not unexpectedly, rotor is loose. Anyway, my steps followed by disassembly, soak, clean and assembly
mainspring shows a little deformed, which I corrected, then cleaned and oiled the parts, next assemble the parts on according to the ETA official chart, each part it has detailed explanation, anyone new want to disassemble your movement also can find the chart and followed the guide, very convenient, after a few times trials, you can independently do that without the chart. On the other hand, Incabloc absorber is easy to process than Novodiac shock absorber, and pay attention don’t damage the parts, be gentle.
I recorded the whole process of my trial, a little mess, but here goes











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Guest bradjack

if you don't state that it's your second time disassembly, I can't tell that, looks like professional.

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