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    Re: ETA Powermatic 80 question...

    Quote Originally Posted by kousikbarik View Post
    Thanks for update. Nice discussion.In summary, Tissot Powermatic can be regulated, serviced and repaired.
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    Dear Mr. Koushik Barik,


    Thanks for the mail. The Powermatic 80 watches can be serviced and repaired. We request you to visit any of our service centers in the below given address to verify the cause and fault if any. Spare parts are available in service center.

    We assure the best possible assistance always.


    Best regards,TISSOT SAWorld Customer Service



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    Re: ETA Powermatic 80 question...

    Quote Originally Posted by emso View Post
    Ok below is the special tool you mention
    Oh and i forgot only authorised repair centers can have it.
    Oh and yes my opinions are based on my experience on the mentioned movement.
    Emso,

    I have the same tool as you do, but on everyday's jobs on a classic p80, I only use the small "L" that supports the balance, with great results.
    If you ever had to regulate a Tissot Open Heart, what method do you use Emso ? (since the L does fall under the dial then).
    I tried to use the red T8710 without the small L, withouth much axial pressure, it works but I think it's not that great for the pivots.

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    Re: ETA Powermatic 80 question...

    Quote Originally Posted by Deli View Post
    Emso,

    I have the same tool as you do, but on everyday's jobs on a classic p80, I only use the small "L" that supports the balance, with great results.
    If you ever had to regulate a Tissot Open Heart, what method do you use Emso ? (since the L does fall under the dial then).
    I tried to use the red T8710 without the small L, withouth much axial pressure, it works but I think it's not that great for the pivots.
    i have a clean 2824 mainplate with incablock which i use for hairspring work, i do centering and flattening on it.
    i use that mainplate and remove and regulate the balace on it and return it and check it on the movement itself.
    i move it as much as needed by the tissot technical document and scales on the red tool.
    but usually if you perform the service good there is no need to regulate it, as rolex.

    yes its a pain but there is nothing else you can do about it.

    i hope i helped
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    Re: ETA Powermatic 80 question...

    Quote Originally Posted by emso View Post
    i have a clean 2824 mainplate with incablock which i use for hairspring work, i do centering and flattening on it.
    i use that mainplate and remove and regulate the balace on it and return it and check it on the movement itself.
    i move it as much as needed by the tissot technical document and scales on the red tool.
    but usually if you perform the service good there is no need to regulate it, as rolex.

    yes its a pain but there is nothing else you can do about it.

    i hope i helped
    That's clever indeed !

    Thanks for this tip

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