- - Tammy, don't disassemble a Timex movement unless you've a month or so to spare to get it back together again.
The Timex Service Manual specifically tells you that you DON'T have to take one apart to service it, in most cases you remove the movement from the case, take off the hands and dial and maybe one or two other "bitz", then clean the movement as a whole item, before oiling the various points on the movement.
Service Manuals crop up on the bay for around $15 to $20, well worth having for an avid tinkerer. I think most of us older hands have one. There is a wealth of good basic info in them, models ID., movements ID., what the model numbers mean, parts reference (to some extent) and exploded views of movements etc.,
(You're getting hooked on this game, aren't you?
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