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Had to find what pool noodles actually were - thought you said pot noodles!
Ah, now I see it!
I heat the block and use an impact driver (Toolstation or Machine Mart) then when reassembling a tiny smear of Copaslip on the threads.
Assuming the count wheel is on the outside of the plate, and has a wheel driven by a pinion, then simply re-meshing them can line up the...
What cam is that, Bangs? I'm confused (again!)
Sorry, Tom, I think its just a US / UK terminology problem! The wheel above right is my minute...
;) Thanks everyone - posted in correct place now. I hadn't seen the new forum.
Definitely still living!
The warning lever is operated by a pin on the minute wheel, not the cannon pinion; these usually have about 36 teeth or so, therefore
Mods, I hope I've posted this in the correct place; please forgive me if not.
I've been looking for several years for an Odo gai...
Newish FHS (Hermle) 261-080 'scape wheel required.
From a decently deceased friend - it has a broken pivot.
If I cannot find one, I'll have to...
Whatever you do with the radio, please don't switch it on! Old radios will have easily destroyed transformers in minutes.
Often the only problems...
Fine, thanks, though I don't do too much in the clock side now - I was given this one and found it interesting so I wanted to keep it....
Long time no hear, but holidays and hospital visits and other things seem to get in the way!
I have one of these devices:
Thanks, everyone. I've posted in the proper place, so we'll see what happens now.
Sorry I've not been around for a while now, but I was wondering if anyone knew of an Odo gai carillon chiming clock - any condition - which I...
Is there a spring on the count wheel lever? If so, it might be a bit weak.
Good to hear from you as well!
A quick update - apologies for the wrong tooth count - it's 35, not 37 (thanks, David LaB) and it looks as if there will be on its way to me.
Back plate says 5 1/2. Yes, I would consider a parts movement if it didn't cost a fortune! That would give me plenty of spares for this...
I should have posted pictures before! Here we go:
Please excuse my method of stopping the trains!
Thanks, Ralph. I'll do that, probably tomorrow now.