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Are there any replacement heads out there?

For some unknown reason (after 40 minutes of frantic poking with the tiny brush) the dual tweezer head has failed to continue spinning, though the wheel works perfectly fine.
Are there any replacement heads out there?
Would an AP99 head work?
Are there any extra tiny brushes?

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3. There are three batteries in this watch: two (2) 392 silver oxides (they may also say 41, 192, or 384) run the analog movement and are held in place by two (2) Philips-head screws each, and one (1) 364 (it probably says 621) silver oxide running the digital circuit. It is best to replace all three at once to get the maximum life out of each battery per change to minimize damage to the seal by unnecessarily opening the watch several times.
4. Using a pair of tweezers, carefully remove the self-adhesive insulators that cover the two larger 392 batteries; set them aside adhesive side up where they won't get in the way. Then remove the two Philips-head screws from each battery clip. After removing the first one, the second will likely get "stuck" in the clip as the contact pushes it upward at an angle, engaging it with the threads. Don't worry about that, but do be careful not to lose either the screw or the clip. Repeat for the second 392 battery.
5. Remove the one slotted-head screw from the 364 battery clip. You may need tweezers to remove the screw, clip, and battery from the battery recess. DO NOT TRY TO DROP OR SHAKE THESE OUT.
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