1910-1920s Simplex T-10 Parts or Repairs

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    #1 JWJS, Jan 16, 2019
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    I have a Simplex T-10 Time Recorder from the 1920's that we are working to restore to full working order. I think we are missing what is called the Rubbers Hammer Tips. That is what it is referenced as in a user instruction guide. It is a small part that would need to be occasionally changed and would be where the hammers hit to record the date and time on a card. I am hoping someone can help me find the part or point me in the right direction. The clock keeps great time and everything else seems to be working. - - Thanks

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  2. David S

    David S Registered User
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    Welcome to the forum.

    You may get better response over in the electrical horology sub forum. Simplex Time Recorders often come up there and I am sure someone will help.

    Perhaps a moderator can move this over there.

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    Update as I continue to research . . . I think the part we are looking for is referred to in a "General Instructions" guide as the "Rubbers Hammers Tips." The instruction said the Rubbers frequently wear out and need to be replaced. It is held in place by two small cotter pins so was meant to be replaced. That is the part we are looking for.
     
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    Hi, if you are still looking for a hammer rubber, you can contact me a jamestlane@gmail.com. I might be able to help,can you send a picture, I never saw this model with cotter pins, it was normally 1 brad that held it in place.
     

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