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CODE: 715.281-010Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): WATCH REPAIRER (clock & watch) alternate titles: clockmaker; watch adjuster; watchmaker

Repairs, cleans, and adjusts watches, clocks, and related instruments, using watchmaker's tools, measuring instruments, bench machines, and cleaning equipment: Removes mechanism from case and examines mechanism for defective parts or accumulation of foreign matter, using loupe. Disassembles parts, such as hands, mainspring, escape wheels, and balance wheel, using pliers, screwdriver, and tweezers. Places parts into watch-cleaning machine and starts machine that cleans, rinses, and dries parts. Tests truing II of balance wheel assembly, using truing calipers and trues assembly, using tweezers. Repairs damaged or worn parts, using watchmaker's lathe and drill press. Replaces broken parts, such as mainsprings, hairspring, jewels, stems, escape wheel, and pinions, using handtools. Assembles mechanism and oils moving parts. Places mechanism in demagnetizing machine that automatically removes magnetic properties from mechanism. Replaces mechanism in case and tests assembled instrument for accuracy, using watch-rate recorder. Adjusts balance wheel speed regulator to synchronize reading of instrument with recorder. May repair jewelry [JEWELER (jewelry-silver.) 700.281-010]. May salvage and repair watchcases and be designated Repairer, Watchcases (clock & watch). May repair clocks used in electric power system timing equipment and be designated Time-Clock Repairer (clock & watch). May be designated according to type of instrument or instrument subassembly repaired as Demand Equipment Repairer (utilities); Repairer, Hairspring (clock & watch).
GOE: 05.05.11 STRENGTH: L GED: R4 M3 L3 SVP: 8 DLU: 90
ONET CROSSWALK: 85917 Watchmakers

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CODE: 715.281-010 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): WATCH REPAIRER (clock & watch) alternate titles: clockmaker; watch adjuster; watchmaker

Repairs, cleans, and adjusts watches, clocks, and related instruments, using watchmaker's tools, measuring instruments, bench machines, and cleaning equipment: Removes mechanism from case and examines mechanism for defective parts or accumulation of foreign matter, using loupe. Disassembles parts, such as hands, mainspring, escape wheels, and balance wheel, using pliers, screwdriver, and tweezers. Places parts into watch-cleaning machine and starts machine that cleans, rinses, and dries parts. Tests truing II of balance wheel assembly, using truing calipers and trues assembly, using tweezers. Repairs damaged or worn parts, using watchmaker's lathe and drill press. Replaces broken parts, such as mainsprings, hairspring, jewels, stems, escape wheel, and pinions, using handtools. Assembles mechanism and oils moving parts. Places mechanism in demagnetizing machine that automatically removes magnetic properties from mechanism. Replaces mechanism in case and tests assembled instrument for accuracy, using watch-rate recorder. Adjusts balance wheel speed regulator to synchronize reading of instrument with recorder. May repair jewelry [JEWELER (jewelry-silver.) 700.281-010]. May salvage and repair watchcases and be designated Repairer, Watchcases (clock & watch). May repair clocks used in electric power system timing equipment and be designated Time-Clock Repairer (clock & watch). May be designated according to type of instrument or instrument subassembly repaired as Demand Equipment Repairer (utilities); Repairer, Hairspring (clock & watch).
GOE: 05.05.11 STRENGTH: L GED: R4 M3 L3 SVP: 8 DLU: 90
ONET CROSSWALK: 85917 Watchmakers


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