Speedmaster Pro Amature repair?
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    Speedmaster Pro Amature repair?

    Hi ,im after some advice for one of you knowledgeable people .
    Some years ago i managed to buy a speedmaster Pro in need of repair. Only today have i decided to take a look at the problem myself
    (my previous watch repairer has since retiered)
    After removing the caseback i noticed that the pusher seemed to missing a part that it would press onto , i looked under the ring that retains the movement and found a small "L" shaped part and a screw.
    So im wondering if these parts are damaged , and perhaps if its something the compitant watch "fiddler" with a decent set watch tools can do themselves.
    Its probably not the watch someone like me should be working on, but if its a siomple fix then im prepared to give it a bash:)Name:  IMG_20191103_115344.jpg
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    Re: Speedmaster Pro Amature repair?

    You might be able to fix it, but as it needs a service anyway, you might as well get it all done at the same time.

    It will be worth it.
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    Re: Speedmaster Pro Amature repair?

    Just don't. Pay the man and have it fixed.
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    Re: Speedmaster Pro Amature repair?

    Quote Originally Posted by fatherjacob12 View Post
    After removing the caseback i noticed that the pusher seemed to missing a part that it would press onto , i looked under the ring that retains the movement and found a small "L" shaped part and a screw.
    So im wondering if these parts are damaged , and perhaps if its something the compitant watch "fiddler" with a decent set watch tools can do themselves.
    No - this is not a do it yourself job. The operating lever is broken, and will need to be replaced. This will require partial disassembly of the movement, as well as the new parts that you won't have access to...part needed is shown below at the read arrow:

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    Cheers, Al

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