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loosing power in a Welch # 2 wit upside down movement

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Help I have a welch #2 regulator with a two weight time only upside down movement the clock will run but when you put the second hand on it stop it has very little pendulum swing and I have had the clock rebuilt by a very well know clock guy bushings verge pinions new suspension spring the weights are what I feel are original they weigh 3.5 pounds each I really like the clock I just dont know where to go from here. Thanks

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  1. smike's Avatar
    see response in new acquisitions...
  2. TimeLord2's Avatar
    See that the second hand doesn't rub on the dial. You may have to close the second hand's bushing VERY slightly so that it fits snug and the pointer does not contact the dial at all.