Parts manual Vostok 2414 movement.
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    Parts manual Vostok 2414 movement.

    On the WRT-forum (thanks to member Watchweasol) I stumbled over two parts manuals; the Vostok 2409 and the Vostok 2414 movements. I placed them in two separate threads respectively.

    I hope these will aid in communication (better description / naming of part(s) where the problem is) and in case you have to order some parts
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    From now on we will just write ‘part 173 was the issue’ 🙂. Thanks for sharing!!

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    Re: Parts manual Vostok 2414 movement.

    Thank you for sharing the 2 documents. For someone like me who likes to take movements apart they are very valuable!
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    Re: Parts manual Vostok 2414 movement.

    Quote Originally Posted by joaot View Post
    Thank you for sharing the 2 documents. For someone like me who likes to take movements apart they are very valuable!
    You are welcome

    As comrade Odessa jokingly said with part number 173, it helps to learn & name the parts correctly. Of course using the proper names of the parts clarifies communication and with chronographs (be it Poljot, Omega, Landeron etc) it is common practice to not only use the proper name, but also to mention the correct part number, for example with a Poljot 3133; a Hammer 8220.
    This takes any guesswork out of the equation.

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