Re: problem regulating Vostok automatic
- From: "Revision" <ttsremove@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 07:43:25 -0500
Yes, I would not have tried it with a Rolex. Not that I have one.
Fortunately dAz put me on the right lines.
I think if you put the balance spring attach stud back where it was to
begin with, you should be ok, as dAz said.
The regulator has two brass dots or rivets. On the other side of the
regulator arm are a couple of pins that cage the balance spring and
effective change the effective length of the spring, altering its
resonant frequency. A very small movement of the regulator (.1 mm) can
have a big effect on the daily rate. Referencing an atomic radio clock
helps, though a regular quartz watch is good enough.
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