Hi I have inherited my parents' Schatz (49) which I haven't seen running for must be over 40 years. There appeared only to be a few issues: the mainspring was snapped, the mainspring barrel was deformed where the spring catch is (sorry about my clock terms, I'm very new to this sort of thing), the suspension wire was missing, the ratchet wheel was missing, and a pivot on the wheel/pinion driven by the mainspring barrel was broken. The clock really doesn't have much of a resale value, so I believe getting it restored professionally wasn't really an option. Anyway, I bought new items, corrected the mainspring barrel deformation, fitted a new spring and ratchet wheel, mended the pivot by filing, drilling and inserting some steel bar, and hung a new suspension. It all hangs together well (runs when no escapement is fitted), and I've just about set the beat too. But, when I wind it up (about 3 turns - which is very stiff), it runs but stops. I have raised the fork to try and increase the escape arc, but it just won't keep going. I'm wondering if there is just not enough power getting to the pallets. Any suggestions? Ta.