Clearly those of us who spent four years training and have actually been properly trained and work as professional repairers haven't got the first idea about how to service a watch. I'd better contact the Horological Society in the UK and tell them they got it wrong.
I imagine you've probably got a few good tips you could give to some qualified heart surgeons too.
I'll be very happy to read your observations when you've gone and done some proper research. 'Read Britten Watch and Clock Repairing' for a start. There are numerous other books on the subject but he is the WORLD AUTHORITY, so a very good starting point for you.
Your comments are nearly as baffling as the one you posted about ringing in a watch.
I imagine you feel you have to challenge everything I post because I am a trained and professional watch repairer who works on the simplest watches to the most complex chronographs.
I'd be interested to hear your views on how you go about servicing a 3 function chronograph with double pusher system, say the Valjoux or Venus movements or indeed the Landeron, Perhaps we could try your method of mixing lighter fluid and oil together and giving it a really good soaking and see what happens. Would save me hours of intricate repair work and I'd make a lot more money. Well until they all started coming back not working.
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