Zach Saxe: I have a bulova 96d14 and on the front dial the trim for the date has fallen loose. Will this be a easy fix?
Royal Clipper: What size screwdriver (in millimeters) is that you are using on those 2 tiny dial seat screws? I have a 1957 Bulova L7 and I am trying to remove the dial too, but all the screwdrivers I have are too large and won't work )-: The smallest one I have is .06 mm but even that apparently isn't small enough.
inkey2: (1) PLEASE PLEASE buy a cannon pinion puller....it will save you so much grief. (2) On swiss watches some screws are left hand thread. So when you can't get a screw off you may actually be tightening it by mistake (3) when removing the balance assembly it is safer to lie the movement directly on the bench (not using the movement holder). If the balance slips out of your tweezers from the height of the movement holder there is a darn good chance the balance wheel will do a flip flop and tangle the hair spring.
Albert A: Hey Bunn, what model movement holder is that? Bergeon 30211?
Jimmy Jack: great videos. but the hissing kills my ears.
MadPrince567: This was just fascinating to watch.
bunnspecial: I have two showing the installation of the hack lever.
bunnspecial: I have two showing the installation of the hack lever. One for the 2824 and one for the 2892.
Babymaker Awesome: do you have any video you fixing ETA movements?
Babymaker Awesome: The part where you remove the stem
bunnspecial: To serve you better, how did this video help you?
Babymaker Awesome: thanks, this really help!
Hung Tran: you are good repair like my father.keep up.hungwatch.2013
methevas2: What oil did you use to soak the rusty parts??? Thanks
bunnspecial: I assume the watch was running okay before this happened. What made the watch run fast? Did it fall to the ground? Exposed to a magnet? There is no way the adjuster is going to correct 24 minutes in 24 hours.
Miguelito63No1: what can I do?
Miguelito63No1: I have a Bulova L4 10CSC, running to fast, I set the adjuster all the way to minus, and still go fast, 4 minutes in 4 hours
Miguelito63No1: hi agai
How I take apart a wrist watch, Bulova 11AF.5
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