Battery change and WR

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Re: Battery change and WR

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rcherryuk wrote:Now that's just showing off!

Now, come on, when are you gonna offer a fluorinisation programme for our C6s?

I'd be willing to pay along with many more

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Maybe I'll start up a fluorinisation service some time soon, at least for the regulars on this forum.
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Kip wrote:
28800bph wrote:
Kip wrote:For that you get a fresh battery (never in my possesion for more than 90 days), contacts are coated with a corrosion inhibitor, a new caseback gasket and a pressure test (up to 20 ATM) ...
What do you use for a corrosion inhibitor? Is it something like CAIG deoxit or Staticide Powerpen?

The pen works great and is easy to work with in even the smallest chambers.
Thanks Kip! I wondered if I was the only one crazy enough to put corrosion inhibitor on the contacts as I'd never seen mention of that in any of the watch repair books. :D
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Re: Battery change and WR

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28800bph wrote: Thanks Kip! I wondered if I was the only one crazy enough to put corrosion inhibitor on the contacts as I'd never seen mention of that in any of the watch repair books. :D
My pleasure...it costs next to nothing to use...works...takes seconds to do and is another point to justify what makes you better than the next guy.
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28800bph wrote: Maybe I'll start up a fluorinisation service some time soon, at least for the regulars on this forum.
Excellent news. I'd like to book my white C6 in for the service, just as soon as you are ready. :)
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downer wrote:
28800bph wrote: Maybe I'll start up a fluorinisation service some time soon, at least for the regulars on this forum.
Excellent news. I'd like to book my white C6 in for the service, just as soon as you are ready. :)
Oi, pushy!!
Join the queue :D

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rcherryuk wrote:
downer wrote:
28800bph wrote: Maybe I'll start up a fluorinisation service some time soon, at least for the regulars on this forum.
Excellent news. I'd like to book my white C6 in for the service, just as soon as you are ready. :)
Oi, pushy!!
Join the queue :D

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