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I have this Coca Cola advertising clock in for repair. The customer asked in there is a way to preserve or restore the black and gold "bezel"...
Good to know!
I reduced the suspension spring thickness to .003” and that solved the problem. *beats head against wall*
Thank you all for your time and...
RC, it wasn’t in working condition when it was brought in. I’ll attach a before photo. No parts were switched out while in my possession.
The movement was reassembled correctly. That is one aspect I’m an 100% confident in.
Any further down and the pendulum bob scrubs the baseboard.
Overhauled. Here’s the long awaited picture. Correct pendulum.
I’m using a .004 inch thick suspension spring—will try .003 and see what happens.
It’s not skipping any teeth. I’ve had it sitting on test stand...
Okay, so I’ve been working on clocks for several years now, and I’ve never had this issue. Ansonia movement, adjusted all the way down, still runs...
Okay, that makes sense. Here’s what’s on the movement. I didn’t take the bell off before posting. Here’s a pic:
Hello, I’ve acquired a very heavy, old clock. It has Howard & Co on the dial. Not sure if it’s related to the Howard Watch & Clock Company or not....
I don’t think that will work? Here’s a picture of the pendulum leader: