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How to get a Tudor a little more accurate>>>>

August 12 2012 at 11:15 AM

Jocke  (Login jocke1)
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I notice my Snowflake was running little fast so I put it up in the timing machine.

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Oupps, +22 seconds a day.

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So I have to open it up.

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At the same time I can see how the movement looks.

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Nothing fancy, clean and sober just as it should be.

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Then I will adjust the movement with this screw.

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15 minutes later on the third attempt it runs good again.

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