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You can get the balance complete from Jules Borel for $19. I'm sure other suppliers stock it, as well.Sorry Graham, I looked but didn't have anything quite like that.
Looking for a balance/hairspring assembly for a Seiko movement 4205a. Part #310 421.
Please message me if you have one, or know a good Seiko parts supplier that would.
All the best,
Thank you sderek!
Now I just don't understand why I'm not finding it? I've searched every possible way I can think of but it doesn't come up.
Did you actually see it listed?
The pallet arbor is part #5, there were two pallets made for this grade and class depending if it was considered old style or new style, those numbers are 596 and 597 depending on the thickness of the stone in the pallet. Hope this helps some. Unfortunately all of my Elgins are newer and of no help.
Lee, Seiko parts and crystals are cross-referenced by the case number which is usually an 8-digit number stamped on the outside of case back. In the case of your pictured Seiko, it was 0903-7009. The first part indicates that the watch uses a caliber 0903 movement. In the case of that watch, the crystal part number is 300T20ANG. (30 mm diameter Acrylic plastic with a gold color edge)Since I've gathered a few watch skills, I've taken to buying watches at auctions, fixing them, and reselling them so that I can buy more watches. And although I've no hard data on this, it seems like the most common thing that needs fixing is replacing crystals. ...
Pictures 3 & 4: a Seiko Quartz 4004, 29 mm, 5N0971 on back
Part number is 72200002501.Thanks for the helping me locate the washer for the Crescent St. watch and the centre wheel pinion for a B. W. Raymond. Bob McKnight had both. Now onto the next project...
Would anyone happen to have or know the part number for dial screws, Omega Calibre 351?
Yep.Dr. Roland Ranfft pink pages list all WW movements, have you tried that?