Brillie Brillie contacts - restoration

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  1. OVWRpl

    OVWRpl Registered User

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    In my clock, the electrical contacts after maintenance operations turned out to be very corroded and unusable.
    It was necessary to make new contacts using the original components.
    As usual, for such purposes I use a gap gauge as an assortment of elastic steel plates of many thicknesses.
    The new springs have undergone chemical blackening to get the original look and corrosion protection.
    The pictures show the process of making new contacts.

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  2. etmb61

    etmb61 Registered User
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    Nice work!

    Eric
     
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