Anybody help with where to power from mains

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  1. Jas23jas

    Jas23jas New Member

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    Could anyone help me with this one. Purchased quite a while ago but not worked on and quite frankly not sure how to wire up to test not able to find much info on this one and would appreciate any feedback what so ever. Also if there is sites i could visit with testing and setting up. Only I.D on movement is National Electric.

    Sorry for all the pics but thought might help.

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  2. Scot Traffis

    Scot Traffis Registered User
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    Interesting clock. Can't read the paper tag because of glare for the flash, but I would apply the written voltage to the terminal to the right of the tag. That should get it running. Scot
     
  3. Jas23jas

    Jas23jas New Member

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    Thanks Scot thought it might but was not sure. It says 240v and the amount of cycles can't remember of hand.
     
  4. ElectricTime

    ElectricTime Registered User
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    Is there an electric motor in the clock somewhere?

    It looks like a complicated time switch?
     

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