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    Default Cleaning and Oiling

    I have not seen this posted before so I thought I'd throw it out there. This is a great reference for cleaning and oiling your watch. I wish I could take credit, but credit is due to the owner of said link.

    http://www.thewatchguy.com/pages/repair.html

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    i have never seen that and now its in my favorites. thanks to you lowcamino! good find.

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    They forget to mention ¨don´t try this at home¨ (if you are a noob)

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    Try it all you want. Just don't expect your paperweight to keep accurate time

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    This is à pretty good explanation but dont try it on a watch you love.
    try too get à 6497 replica and some spare parts for it cause you gonna lose some
    and start whit removing the balance and lay it on its back and dont touch or do anything whit it cause thats Way too advance for a noob. In school you also start whit à 6497 cause its a big movement

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    Thanks for the link!

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    A very good link plenty of information. Well done.

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    Thanks for this!

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