Cosmetic damage caused by screw trapped under the weight

Omega Speedmaster cal.1150

In Omega Watch Repairs by Mark Lovick0 Comments

Ref: T.Saunders

Gasket upside down, slight kink – needs to be replaced.

Case clamp screw damaged and floating around along with the case clamp, caused some cosmetic damage to the chronograph plate.

Moisture ingress around crown area. Slight corrosion build up and moisture on the stem.

Signs of water ingress around the crown and stem. Stem is corroded.

Signs of water ingress around the crown and stem. Stem is slightly corroded.

Case screw trapped and fouling the oscillating weight.

Case screw trapped and fouling the oscillating weight.

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Bad screw (left) compared to the good screw.

Bad screw (left) compared to the good screw.

Cosmetic damage caused by screw trapped under the weight

Cosmetic damage caused by screw trapped under the weight

Case gasket upside down.

Case gasket upside down.

Case gasket upside down.

Case gasket upside down.

Case clamp floating around in the case

Case clamp floating around in the case

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