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    Kieninger Movement: What is this part for?

    Thanks a lot for the info! It took me a while to understand this one. The gears LOOKED the same until I counted the teeth. Then I looked at the tall clock I have that uses this movement and since I had just wound it, the gears in question had prevented winding too high. Thanks a lot for the...
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    Kieninger Movement: What is this part for?

    I looked again and now I see what you mean... There are 13 teeth on one gear and 14 on the other... Now I get it. Thanks!!! Steve
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    Kieninger Movement: What is this part for?

    Thanks for the reply but I must be missing something... How does it limit winding? When the weights are down (7 days), you go several rotations to wind them back up. If it was to limit winding, how could it go a full 360 over and over to rewind the weights?
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    Kieninger Movement: What is this part for?

    I have a Kieninger KSU 60 that I worked on and I can't for the life of me, figure out what this gear on the winding stem and the one next to it are for. All three stems have the same gears and they don't mate with or drive anything. They do have what would appear to be timing dots but if they...

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