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Thanks to everyone who replied to my query. I have solved the problem; it was the clutch spring on the minute hand that was weak. Thanks again.
Yes it is the right pendulum. J
Yes I think you are right. I am looking at that right now. Thank you. :)
Hello. It’s me again! I have fixed a few Smiths Enfield clocks but this last one is weird! The pendulum is adjusted as short as it will go but the...
Hello. Regarding my enquires into the availability of the knurled nut that holds the hands on to the centre wheel arbor of a Smiths Enfield clock....
Sorry about the typo!
If Ivan manage to make one I’ll be able to make a dozen! :)
Yes but sadly I don’t know of anyone nearby that’s why I asked on here in desperation. I don’t even know what to ask for or where actually to...
Thank you very much for that but I’m afraid that set is a bit too expensive for a pensioner/hobbyist like me to use maybe once or twice. Regards. John
Thanks mate. I think for that size they might even cut their own thread if they are brass. Thanks for you help. Regards . Jihn
Thank you for that but I wonder if you know the thread size. I know it’s smaller than 8 BA because I have some nuts that size and they are too...
Hello, it’s me again.
Does anyone know where I can buy the small knurled nuts that hold the minute hand on to the centre wheel of a Smiths Enfield...
Hello. Thank you for your reply. The two brackets you refer to are temporary ones to enable me to mount the movement on my test stand. Sorry for...
Thank you everyone. Have a merry Christmas.
I see. There are screw holes in the item but no screws and they certainly weren’t fastened to the woodwork! May they aren’t necessary!
This is what I have.
Yes. They are threaded but I can’t figure out where they belong
Hi. The clock is still in bits but here are photos of the case and movement.
Hello. Does anyone recognise these two brass items? They came out of a HAC Clock and I can’t for the life in me remember where they came from. I...
I will have a look for the book. It sounds interesting. Thanks for the advice. Regards. John