Thanks, Jeff. The info is excellent. It doesn't cover the older timing/diagnostic machines, which is what the Q4100 is. I remember taking a one day course from Dan Fenwick of Swatch sometime in the '90s where we disassembled and reassembled an ETA 251.262 quartz chronograph and used this machine for diagnostics. It is somewhat complicated compared to the typical timing machine.
I picked this up at a mart over the weekend, of course without any instructions.
Ok since Tony is out, why don't you contact Dan Fenwick over at SMH or whatever the Swiss Lancaster center is called these days.
He is a very dedicated generous person and will gladly help you.
BTW, one of the best instructors I have ever seen!
Striking out all over the place. Talked to Witschi USA. They told me that they didn't have one and that when a few years ago they contacted the Swiss, they didn't have one either. Dan Fenwick is still looking, but it doesn't look good. Any ideas would be appreciated.