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Re: Advise needed from those familiar with Aquastar Regate

Ahoy, just check with Richard Askham, he is THE watchmaker for that movement and he helped me last with that gaskets!

Henrik Is Richards page!

: Gentlemen:
: I have recently purchased this Aquastar Regate. While removing some
: small gunk around the bezel it became clear
: that the case is comprised of 2 parts. Once separated it became
: obvious that they were held in place with a rubber gasket
: placed in a channel made in the outside of the inner case. This
: gasket had become of a glue consistency.
: Easily cleaned of with a bit of Goo Gone. Same fate happened to the
: gasket under the back cover.
: Now the question who knows where to obtain these 2 gaskets?

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