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    Sinn 157 questions.

    Hi.
    Currently acquired a used Sinn 157.
    My first Sinn (and actually my first ever watch) with Lemania 5100.
    Absolutely loving it so far. Goes pretty good - losing around 15 sec/day. Considering that the service history is unknown.
    However, as it being my first 157, and 5100, I have a couple of questions:
    - the top pusher (start/stop) is very stiff and really hard to push. The bottom pusher (reset) is good. Is this normal?
    - want to remove the movement. pulled the crown but the movement doesn't move and I don't see any screws holding it. What is holding the movement?
    Thank you.

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    Re: Sinn 157 questions.

    Ummm...you just got it, love it, and want to take it apart?
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    Re: Sinn 157 questions.

    ....pushers: Thats not unusual for the Lemania. For some Tutimas you better use a sledge-hammer .

    The issue can be solved easily. Most times dirt and old hard gaskets. Here cleaning, a little oil and a short bath in silicone for the gaskets can help.
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    Re: Sinn 157 questions.

    Quote Originally Posted by UOhrli View Post
    ....pushers: Thats not unusual for the Lemania. For some Tutimas you better use a sledge-hammer .

    The issue can be solved easily. Most times dirt and old hard gaskets. Here cleaning, a little oil and a short bath in silicone for the gaskets can help.
    thanks a lot, this is what I tough; hence the second question.

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