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    Favag Have you ever seen this clock?

    Nice ones Rodalco :-) Just with your oil bath movement - the oil wasn't just for making the unit run quietly but also for lubrication. I wouldn't run it without the oil! Die zweigetrieb should be positioned at the bottom of the enclosure with the terminals on top & the oil level needs to cover...
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    Favag Have you ever seen this clock?

    If you notice just below the terminals & oil filler screw, there is a faint 24V printed there. A word of warning Ant - be extremely careful with the coil wires. If you break them then (in my experience) kiss the thing goodbye. These I'm guessing were probably made around the mid 80's so any...
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    Favag Have you ever seen this clock?

    Hi ElectrictTime I believe you are 100% re the oil bath movement for silencing (& possibly longevity) as this is where I had involvement with these clocks/movements. I'll post a pic backing up our 24VDC in a minuteif I'm able to as a newbie.
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    Favag Have you ever seen this clock?

    Hi Ant - this is a long shot as your post is six years old now... however... I hope you didn't hook the terminals on the movement to any of the aforementioned voltages! I have some limited experience with these movements & they were all 24V DC. To get it to operate you would also need a master...

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