Unfortunately my wife and I have recently acquired, had fixed, and broke a circa 1946 Mauthe tall case clock. The clock was wound and then moved which caused one of the pivots on the time train to be sheared off. My local repair guy said that the problem was "the 2nd wheel up, time train pivot sheared off, needs new pivot or shaft." The clock is an 8 day, Mauthe, tall case clock, with a westminster chime. My clock guy said to ask around to see if anyone (in the US) would be able to fix the movement because none of the parts are standard due to its age. I am into the clock for about $500 so the other question is whether this is something to even try and fix? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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