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Just a small amount of Loctite between the shaft and gear, being careful not to dribble it on the frame.
I filed off the peen from the gear side of the shaft and was able to punch the shaft through the gear and remove the shaft and gear from the...
The speed adjustment gear is attached to the rod that is accessible through the clock face. The gear meshes with the gear for the threaded...
Can I ask for some help one more time?
My 89C is missing the speed adjustment that you access from the front
of the clock.
I bought an old 89C for...
I finally ended up working on the clock last Saturday. I bent the lever closer to the stop pin, that did the trick.
It's been over 48 hours, the...
I thought I had solved the chime problem with my clock.
I made sure the count lever went into the count wheel without touching.
I bent the J hook,...
Thank you, that was very helpful.
I have a Terry School house clock that I inherited from my mother.
She said it was the clock that hung in her school house when she was a little...
Thank you, that was a big help.
Now I understand why the J hook would make such a difference in the position of the dial in relation to the chime.
I think you guys are right I think I bent the count lever, I got the clock to chime again but it skips sometimes. I went to work today around 1:30...
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I tried bending the J shaped arm, now the clock chimes constantly and will not stop.
What should I be looking for?
Thanks, I'll try bending the J shaped lever the minute hand can only go on one way so this looks like the only option.
Hi I have a 1910 Seth Thomas Adamantine mantel clock with an 89C movement.
I got the movement working again, it strikes the hour correctly,...