Some pictures when i repair a 6159-7010 Tuna.

Oct 16, 2018,00:41 AM
 


The problem was a broken lever.

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Here is the old one.

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Caliber 6159B under the dial without datewheel.

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Now is the new lever inserted.

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Its time for this parts to be installed.

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Here we go!

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Time for the datewheel.

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No problem.

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This metalring should be placed between the movement and the dial.

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After the ring is on place its time for the dial and the hands.

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Now can the old diver show correct time again!

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Some picures on the otherside of the movement.

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I also regulated the watch with a nice result.

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Time to put on the rotor.

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Now its time to get in to the Titanium house.

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I hope that it will take a long time befor i have to get the movement out again!!

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The inner bezel on place.

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Crystal gasket.

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Crystal.

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The ring that hold the crystal and the movement on place.

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Now its time for this little guy to take place.

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Like this!

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And the last thing,the bezel and the black metalcover.

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A pic on the back to.

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Impressive [nt]

 
 By: jml_watches : October 16th, 2018-00:50

Great step by step. [nt]

 
 By: jomni1 : October 16th, 2018-01:02

Excellent.

 
 By: VMM : October 16th, 2018-02:13
Thanks for sharing. Vte

Diving in deeply there....

 
 By: MTF : October 16th, 2018-02:13
Tony A, Thanks for the photo-journey. Of course, I could not do anything like that and probably shouldn't! My baby Tuna says hello. Seiko PADI Tuna diving into dinner.... Regards, MTF ...  

Love seeing these movements being worked on!

 
 By: reintitan - Watch Illuminati : October 16th, 2018-02:33
How hard is it to get the movement in and out of the case? I have the modern reissue of the 6159-7001 300m with the front loading monocoque case as well. Wondering how hard it will be to get serviced in the future.

Thanks for the many pictures! (nt)

 
 By: Ronald Held : October 16th, 2018-13:38
NT