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    Miniature vienna regulator movement question

    Hello everyone, I have just purchased a mini vienna regulator single weight clock movement with a 4 1/4" dial. The weight is 1.2 pounds, and the pendulum bob is 3 1/2" and weighs 1.4 pounds. Is the bob to heavy for the movement?
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    Clock case question

    Does anyone know where I can find plans for vienna regulator clock case.
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    Vienna regulator pendulum length

    winding drum measures 7/16".
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    Vienna regulator pendulum length

    Scottie, Thank you for all your help.
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    Vienna regulator pendulum length

    sorry, I used the 1st wheel instead of the center or second wheel. My math is wrong and it seems the pendulum is gonna be shorter. Once I redo the math, am I correct in assuming I need to add legnth for suspension spring, bottom half of pendulum bob and, rating screw which to my thinking would...
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    Vienna regulator pendulum length

    I have a vienna regulator single weight clock movement with a 24" stick and 5 3/4" bob. The movement looses time at a rate of 5 minutes per hour. I decided to calculate the length of the pendulum. Would someone check my math and let me know if I have done this correctly. This is my first attempt...
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    Banjo clock movement

    WOW!!! That was extremely funny....thanks for the help.
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    Banjo clock movement

    I have this New Heaven banjo clock. this clock has 4 chime rods with 4 hammers. is this clock real? when the clock reaches the 12:00 position the clock continues to chime until the spring is unwound. what can I do to fix this.
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    Books, schools

    Hi guys, Could anyone recommend books or schools in Southern California for clock repair. I have been at this with the help of books for about 3 months. I just graduated high school and am very much interested in learning how to repair clocks but, It seems there are no schools in California...
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    How to blue hands

    I'd like to thank everyone for there suggestions and help. I have now successfuly blued a pair of hands. Polishing the hands until they looked like chrome, and firing slow low heat allowed me to see the colors brown, purple then blue. Polishing the hands is not mentioned in the book I am...
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    How to blue hands

    Hello everyone. I am a newbie to clock repair. I have tried twice to blue hands without any success. Would someone help me with proper instructions. This is what I have tried. cleaned the hands; layed them on a bed of brass shavings and heated with a torch until red hot; then dropped them...

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