just like the Mickey I restored last night. It stopped during the night and to be honest was not surprised at all. Not that I din't think I did a good job of cleaning up the parts. It was more that I understand that if a part is worn all the cleaning in the world can not get it to work. So yes, maybe there is an issue with one or more of the parts within the watch you are working on.
My goal is to first get the courage to take one apart and get it back together. The larger goal is to understand how to keep them running. The only problem is that in between I have to go to work each day and can't seat at my work bench and tinker!