Willie, that is something I considered. I will do some checking on that. That will be my first plan, but if that fails, I try the other plan. Anyone out there got a donor part or know where I can find one?
This is the chime lift/warning lever from a New Haven triple plate unit, where the pins lift the lever is really worn, and missing a small chunk. How would you repair this? I appreciate any advice you can give.
This is the first time I have taken a New Haven chime movement apart. I am stumped by the plate that holds most of the time side wheels. There was only one screw on the front plate. So thought once that was removed and turned around the plate would lift, but it won’t budge. I do have the Steven...
Thank you for all your advice, ended up soldering a piece in. At least with your experience, it gave me several options to think through. I did, actually try some, but decided on this course. Again, thank you!
Does anyone have a good fix for this worn lever. I used to have parts clocks, but don’t have anymore of this. I would like to find a way to repair. Would appreciate some advice and experience in what to do. TIA
When I put it to the caliper it said .24 mm thickness, I’m not sure how that compares to the Denison? Who would be the best bet for supplying the mainspring? Any thoughts where I could get a glass to replace the plastic one? Thanks for your input.