Again, it is difficult to troubleshoot at arm's length. You might have an off beat problem. Have you checked that? With the watch totally run down, the pallet arm should be dead centre between the banking pins. If it isn't, you'll need to turn the hairspring collet in the right direction, the right amount, in order to set the beat correctly. You asked if you "over lubricated it"! The pivots on the pallet arbor require minimal to no oil. If you over lubed there, particularly the top pivot, that might contribute to your problem. How could we know for certain? Describe how you lube your watches. You use L & R cleaning solutions and rinse. Specifically WHICH L & R cleaners and rinses? Weak mainspring? With the watch totally run down, if all else is correct with the watch, it should self start after five or six turns of the crown. So the mainspring is not your problem!