Question about Baume Et Mercier Capeland MOA08491 Wrist Watch
My watch was working fine until last week when all of a sudden it increased in time and now it seems to go faster without it beinf visible and seems to increase in time by about 30 mins every few hours
I wonder if someone (I usually blame my kids for that sort of thing) has dropped it and managed to get adjacent turns in the balance spring tangled. Finding out means opening the watch up, examining, and if necessary fiddling with the most delicate part of the movement - there's plenty of potential to do further harm. (The balance spring is hair spring that sits beside the little wheel that you'll see rocking back and forth to make the watch tick. It should be a neat, open, flat spiral). A.
Posted on Apr 18, 2007
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