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My calculations, if they are right, show that for a pendulum length of 12 cm, the EW should have only 31 teeth. However, the one that is there has 40, implying that the pendulum should be much shorter.
It didn't go as it was, however, after some adjustment and improvising a pendulum it worked, but only for about 15 min. Also, one of the pivots of the EW is damaged, I didnt want to repair it until making sure it was the right EW.
This is my first post in this forum.
I was asked to restore/repair this clock mechanism. The only identification I could find is the marking "PL 12" on the back plate. Does someone know what brand and to what epoch it belongs? I also suspect that the escape and maybe the...