I'm looking for a replacement motor for a Seth Thomas A502-001 General Time Corp., or someone that can rebuild. It was working, but when I removed the movement the insulating material between the coil disintegrated. Or is this something I can rebuild myself?
Thanks for any help.
I'm looking for some information on this English tall case movement and dial. Some information that I found with the clock dates back to 1823. But other research indicates late 1700's. Anybody know which would be the correct time period? The Dial says Tho. Leadbeater, Sandbach.
The case it came...
I just finished rebuilding a quail cuckoo and I'm having problems with the strike side. It doesn't always stop when it's suppose to. It jumps out of the notch and keeps going but not all the time. And the bird bounces up and down each strike. I've beat myself up on this one. Any ideas? I...
First time wheel cutting. It went great! This is the great wheel for W.R. Smith's Lyre Skeleton Clock. It has 120 teeth, .8 module PP Thornton cutter. Thank you Jerry Kieffer for your help!!!
Now on to the other wheels!
I'm having problems with a Cuckoo Clock MFG. Co. movement 22/238. At first the strike was going way to fast and flying by everything and not stopping. I noticed the fan was too loose on the arbor so I tightened it up and it slowed it down considerable. But it is still not locking at the end of...
Does anyone know where I can find some replacement bellow tops for a Quail / Cuckoo.
The one on the left for the cuckoo call is 2 1/4" tapered to 1 1/4" and 2" long.
The one on the right for the quail call is 2" tapered to 1 1/8" and 2 1/4" long.
This is my first time posting on the forum so I hope I don't mess it up. I've been repairing clocks as a hobby for around 10 years. I recently took on clock that was in really bad shape. It's a New Haven Strike & Time movement. This movement uses maintenance cam as a stop for the strike instead...