Will try to post better photos.Not much. Focus is important. Elliminate glare, Close up of any markings on the watch. And it would help to see the movement. BTW, is Robot a brand? I can't find anything on line that points to much other than kids watches featuring pictures of robots.
Thx am sure you are correct. Tomorrow I will take more hopefully better photos including inside the case. The watch repair guy here in northern Virginia had the watch for a couple months and then he told me that he had checked with one of the biggest watch part firms in the US that’s been around a long time who also buys out parts from other repair shops when they close for good. He said that this firm couldn’t help.It would help to know what kind of movement is inside the watch. That will need a good clear closeup photo. I cant imagine that your 'watch repair person' was unable to source another similar movement. To be honest, many 'watch repair' people dont like working on ladies watch movements because they are so small. Its usually easier (& less expensive) to simply replace the entire movement and transfer the dials and hands onto the new (working) movement.
As far as i know, Robot Time Comp was simply an importer of watches based in New York City. They bought watch movements & cases, printed their names on them and sold them at retail outlets. So.... while the movement may have 'Robot' printed on it, you can be certain that it was made by someone else.
When you source a replacement movement from eBay or wherever, are you installing a brand new movement per se?If you cant get a good clear photo of the movement, just tell us what markings / names etc are on it as well as whatever mark or number might be hiding under the balance wheel. Ladies watch movements are a pita to work on. I wont dismantle them anymore and simply source a replacement movement off eBay or wherever.
I am not sure how to get photos of the movement per se or flywheel. Can you please provide some instructions?Sorry about my lack of instruction. I was hoping for pictures of the back side of the movement.