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Looking for an online manual and or parts list for seikonwalking foot machine. I have a timing and or needle bar issue, I can view the needle catch on the parts below the feed dogs relevant to the bobin case

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Need help identifying watch


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How to tell when your Seiko watch was made (Part 1)

quartzimodo.com/how-to-tell-when-your-seiko-watch-was-made-part-1/ Sep 21, 2010 - If you can't see the serial number on the glass, then look for them on the caseback ... Every Seiko watch manufactured is given a 6-digit serial number. ...... Your old Seiko watch is likely to be from the Seiko Sportsmatic or the ...

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www.watchsleuth.com/seikodatefinder/ Seiko Date Finder - Find out when your Seiko watch was made. ... In the example images the serial number is highlighted in blue. Every watch has a unique combination of reference ... the watch was made. Looking at the example images:.

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www.seiko.com.au/collections/seiko-watch-finder Watch Finder. Seiko Watch Finder ยท Seiko Clock Finder. Search by Model Number. Collection. - Any -, Grand Seiko, Astron, Prospex Platinum, Prospex, Presage

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Seiko instruction manual


http://www.seapyramid.net/rt/seiko-qhr016slh-travel-and-alarms-clock-instruction-manual/ Full manual is listed on this link for free download.

Nov 29, 2011 | Watches

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Looking for a replacement watch band for SEIKO SPORTURA HONDA F1 RUBBER BAND/STRAP SNA749P1 Where can I get one and what is the best price for customer in UK?


I've been looking for a replacement for the Seiko SNAE93p1 and have seen the replacement for this in several places. I only remember because it has a red and black band similar to the one on the watch I'm wanting, and I figure that I should get a replacement band when I buy this new watch, as the synthetic bands on Seiko watches tend to break after about 3 years or so.
Watchbands.com has it for $65 I believe. watchbands com

Jul 20, 2011 | Seiko Sportura BAR Honda Racing F1...

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Looking for the manual for seiko 7n82 OATO woman's watch


You can down load the manual on the seiko web site. just follow the instructions on the web site. You can down load it on PDF file. Hope it will help


http://www.seiko.co.uk/support/instructionbooklets

May 24, 2011 | Watches

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How do i set the alarm on the sportura watch. i have no manual


If you do not have instructions you can get them from their web site
"Seiko.com".

Click on "support" and then on " instruction booklets" and then scroll down the
page and you will see
a list of watches.
Download the PDF for your watch.

Mar 09, 2011 | Seiko Sportura BAR Honda Racing F1...

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How do set alarm on my Seiko stainless steel water resistant 10 bar alarm watch?


Click on my name (escapement), then click on TIPS AND TRICKS. Browse through all and you will find the link to all SEIKO watch manuals. Rate me, please.

Jun 24, 2010 | Seiko Sportura SNJ007 Wrist Watch

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Need a manual for snac61p3 world time


If you do not have instructions you can get them from their web site "Seiko.com".

Click on "support" and then on " instruction booklets" and then scroll down the page and you will see
a list of watches.
Download the PDF for your watch.

Apr 12, 2010 | Seiko World Time 100M Chronograph SNJ013P1...

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Seiko Chronograph Sport 150 - Problem: After Battery replacement and pressure test (15-Bar), watch hands are not in the correct place. Can this be fixed so the chronograph timing features, and month &...


Please folow this link:

http://www.seiko.co.uk/support/instructionbooklets

Enter your calibre code (its on the back of your watch, it will explain which numbers to you on the website), you'll then be able to download an instruction manual for your watch, this will detail how to adjust hands to their corect starting position :)

Nov 20, 2009 | Seiko SNA553 Alarm Chronograph

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The ease of repairing Seiko watches.


No. First off no watchmaker has a "parts account" with Seiko. Seiko only sells watchbands to watchmakers. All other Seiko parts are sold through supply houses.

Seiko parts are not hard to find most times. The very old Seikos will have parts issues and some of the current styles of Japan only Seikos will not have parts available.

Case tubes for all Seiko watches are not available at all.

Finding parts for Seiko watches requires the use of the watches model number which is on the case back of the watch. The number listed in the title is not a model number. The SKA098 is a retailers number so the retailers can reorder the watch. It does not cross reference for parts.

There are many watchmakers that don't want to service Seiko watches so they can and do make up all kinds of stories as to why it is impossible to repair them and so on.

Actually Seiko is much better about parts supply than any of the Swiss watch companies.

Hope this helps.

Ken
Yellowstone Watch Inc.

Oct 01, 2009 | Seiko SKA098 Wrist Watch

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL


Your watch is fitted with SEIKO 7T62 quartz movement. Follow this link to download users manual:

http://www.seikowatches.com/support/ib/pdf/SEIKO_7T62.pdf

Rate me, please.

Apr 04, 2009 | Seiko Sportura BAR Honda Racing F1...

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