Heuer 2000 Quarz Chronograph 262.006

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    The Chronograph is from the early 80 th before TAG was involved. Im searching a replacement movement, the watch has a problem with the E-block.
    The original Movement is an Eta 555.232.
    In a couple of posts I read that the movement was replaced by a Eta 955.112, I guess this was for the non Chronograph model. Maybe somebody can help me and let me know which Movement i can use and is still available
     
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    Big Adam Jul 22, 2016

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    I can't help I'm afraid but I do really like this piece!!
     
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    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Jul 25, 2016

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    Pretty sure what you actually have is a Calibre 185 movement, which is a combination of an ESA 555.232 base quartz module (i.e. time only) with a mechanical dubois-depraz chronograph module. The ETA equivalent to your base module is ETA 955.232
     
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    NY
     
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    Any idea where to purchase one.
    THX RS
     
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    W
     
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    Is it possible to just replace the circuit board without replacing the complete movement?
     
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    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Jul 25, 2016

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