WS 19: Servicing a SEIKO Chronograph 6138

While Rob steadily continued with the disassembly, I kept taking picture of the baskets to show which parts have been removed. It is a good idea to separate bigger and heavier parts during the ultrasonic cleaning from the smaller parts. Imagine a cap jewel is a tiny disk of roughly 1 mm diameter, that disk could easily get lost if cleaned together with big parts.
This picture shows the rotor, the pushers and springs, the stem and the bridge of the automatic winding system offering a good view of the bearing.

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