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    Links to a few tutorials which may be useful

    Disassembly and reassembly of Molnija 3602

    How to disassemble and reassemble a ETA 6497

    Disassemble and reassemble a SeaGull ST2130 (ETA 2824-2)

    General movement (very useful for trying to figure out what movement might fit).

    How to make a display back

    Polishing acrylic crystrals

    Please suggest others to be added to this list if you know of others.
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    I love the holding the screwdriver with the tweezers trick. My hands are easily steady enough but my left eye makes depth of field a real issue.

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    Good info. Thanks for posting.
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