Recently found this 8 day clock,
i have removed the dial and cleaned the mechanism without dismantling completely. I have no access to a mainspring winder so complete cleaning and oiling of the mainspring is not done...
Almost 2 yrs since my last post. Away from home and away from pending repairs. After regular look out found an interesting clock at a local charity shop in Sweden. It has no makers mark on it. I have opened it partially and taken some pictures.
Hopefully some experienced members here...
I am attempting to repair a Koma 400 day clock that I bought a year back.
This clock has all the parts and the spring is also looking fine.
But the pendulum will not rotate more than 3-4 minutes.
Therefore I decided to dismantle it and clean it up. I did so and in the process...
I have recently joined this group.
I find the content of this group very useful.
I am having a clock I got sometime back that needs identification.
Also the pendulum seems to be missing some parts.
I am skilled enough to pull out the mechanism and do periodic oiling of wall clocks...