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As a suggestion, would it be possible to create a Helping Hands presentation on the proper selection of screwdrivers and how to keep them sharpened? So screws in watch movements won't look like this.
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Great idea! I have read previous posts on this subject with great interest. I will have to do some research in this area and bring myself up to speed. It will be added to my "to-do" list.
Selection, maintenance and use of the screwdriver are basic elements of watch repair and probably the most misunderstood. Myself included!
John D. Duvall
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I see in several Clock & Watch Repairing books the recommendation to use a screwdriver blade a shade narrower than the dia of the screw head. What size/range of screwdriver blades should a starting watch repair person have? Thanks
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