Question about Watches
I did not solve the problem, but I doubt if you have an answer for me.
I will just use the blades as I have put them back together, and hope they are attached correctly on the comb part of the blade. There is an area on the tension spring that allows it to move forward or backward when the screws are attached to the comb part of the blade. I am not sure exactly how to adjust it when screwing it to the comb. If it is slid back, the cutter part of the blade will be set back. If it is slid forward, the cutter blade teeth will be nearer the edge of the comb part of the blade. The cutter still rides on the rails of the comb okay, but I am sure there is an exact position for proper re-assembly.
Thank you for any help you can provide.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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