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  1. #1
    jackoleen
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    Default Sessions electric Motor Model-w

    Hello,

    I have been looking for a sessions electric motor.
    The motor has no markings but uses a worm gear to drive the works. It is thin less than an inch and about 2 inches in diameter.

    The clock is likely a 1950's era mantel and just has the patent numbers and MODEL W, 2 watt on the back plate.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Thank you.

  2. #2

    Default Re: Sessions electric Motor Model-w (RE: jackoleen)

    Hello,
    I have quite a few Sessions motors. Can you send a picture or a sample?

    Kind regards,
    Ken

  3. #3
    jackoleen
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    Default Re: Sessions electric Motor Model-w (RE: jackoleen)

    Quote Originally Posted by K
    Hello,
    I have quite a few Sessions motors. Can you send a picture or a sample?

    Kind regards,
    Ken

    Hello Ken,

    Thanks for the help I am posting an image and description at

    http://aycu07.webshots.com/image/114...2091998_rs.jpg

    I hope this picture is acceptable if not please write me back
    Thanks again.
    JackOleen


  4. #4

    Default Re: Sessions electric Motor Model-w (RE: jackoleen)

    [whisper uid=5996]

    Enter private whisper here

    [/whisper]Jackoleen, assuming your motor is 120V 60Hz I have one that will work for you.

    ken@kensclockclinic.com

    Kind regards,
    Ken

  5. #5
    jackoleen
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    Default Re: Sessions electric Motor Model-w (RE: jackoleen)

    [whisper uid=2959]

    Enter private whisper here

    [/whisper]
    Hello Ken,

    Thank you for the quick response. It is 120 volt 60HZ motor I have no idea of what itís RPM was.

    Although the clock is not that valuable, I am interested, how much do they sell for?

    What details do I need to know, I donít repair many electric clocks.
    Does your replacement have the worm drive pressed on the shaft?

    Is it New Old Stock or rebuilt?
    Do you need the broken one ?

    What is your Guarantee? Shipping policy etc.

    Thanks again Jack

  6. #6

    Default Re: Sessions electric Motor Model-w (RE: jackoleen)

    Jack,

    Give me a hollar at Ken@kensclockclinic.com and we can figure out the rest.

    Kind regards,
    Ken

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