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Thread: Dreadnought servicing?

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    Dreadnought servicing?

    My Dreadnought Voyager has been on my watch winder for ages (probably months if Iím honest?) and when I took it off to wear again it had stopped working!

    Presumably it needs a service or repair and Iím looking for recommendations please?

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    Winders are evil.

    Sorry I have nothing more useful to say. ;)

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    Try Brendan aka Webwatchmaker he has serviced a couple of my watches, great comms and service. Send him a message to discuss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotsthecrack View Post
    Try Brendan aka Webwatchmaker he has serviced a couple of my watches, great comms and service. Send him a message to discuss.
    Thanks

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    Did you get this sorted,my son in law who ended up with my son Maxís Voyager has a problem itís stopped working and needs somebody to have a look at it ?

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    There was a pinned thread on discounted TZ member servicing and Jon got in touch with the chap on there and after a really helpful initial telephone call he's gone radio silent.I can't find the thread now it seems to have disappeared,can anyone else offer any advice on bump starting a Voyager which has gone dead whilst in his watchbox ?

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    I've used Watch Doctors in Tring, very reasonably priced and sorted out a watch I had that was losing huge amounts of time.

    Might be worth a try.

    https://www.watchdoctors.co.uk/

    No affiliation except as a satisfied customer.

    Mark

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    Thanks Mark.

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    As recommended above I got Brendan to do it. Excellent job

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    Thanks,did he say what the problem was,Jon was initially told it might just need jump starting by going through a winding sequence ?

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    It needed a replacement main spring

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    Thanks,I was rather hopeful it just needed a bumpstart but perhaps it has the same problem.

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