You need to release the circular snap ring (circlip) that retains the movement in the housing. I've added a red arrow to your picture pointing to one end of the snap ring. It can be difficult to prise the end of the ring out - I find a small sharpened jewellers screwdriver works best.
I need to remove the seconds hand from a Hammond Gregory clock but I can't work out whether it is a push fit or has a threaded retaining nut. I dont want to risk damaging it so can anyone help?
I have a Pennwood clock similar to the one shown in the attached picture but all of it's ivory coloured fins are missing. I think the model name is either Imperial or Century.
I want to make some replacement fins from ivory coloured perspex but need to confirm the outer dimensions.
First you need to carefully pull off the brass cone nut which is a friction fit on it's arbor. This will enable you to remove the hour and minute hands which are both a friction fit.
I'm trying to obtain information on timing motors manufactured by the International Register Co. I recently purchased several old 1/6 rpm motors which are of similar appearance but all stamped with different model numbers such as WB-2060, WB-580 and WB-1360 etc. I would appreciate any...
I'm trying to dismantle an International Register clock motor to replace the supply leads which have broken off flush with the entry grommet. How do I separate the stator assembly from the gear box casing so that I can access the wiring?
The clock is now running and keeping good time. I fitted a Saia UDS1 12v motor with UDG 500:1 gearbox which has the same dimensions as the original motor. The only issue is the motor runs very hot although I did read in other threads that this is normal for some clock motors.
The clock is...
I managed to get the motor working and at 110 V 50 Hz it rotates 5/6 RPM CW which corresponds with 1 RPM at 60 Hz according to my calculations.
I've sourced a 50 Hz 500 RPM CW motor and 1:500 gearbox combination to give the required 1 RPM drive. For safety reasons I decided to go for a low...
Harold & Shutterbug,
Thank you for your replies and I've attached some pictures of the motor.
The markings on the top cover are:
125V 60 CYC
I looked on the Timesavers website but the only spares I could find were for the Jefferson Golden Hour, not the Haddon...
I need to obtain a replacement motor for a Haddon Golden Vision Model 70 clock. The existing motor has no identification marks but it looks like standard synchron type motor. Do you know what is the required RPM of the output shaft on the motor?