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In last case I would take that motor to an armature rewinder/rebuilder he'll be able to fix itmatthiasi;893822 said:Looking for a New Haven (Brantford, ON) electric clock motor like this one:
It's 110-125VAC, 60HZ. Don't have a clue to how many rpm's it's supposed to have, but they're fast...albeit, the one I have isn't fast enough.
There are usually several of these clocks on E-bay in Europe. Often they can be had for parts. I have one of these and they are good quality, and the platforms are nicely made. I don't know if any of the parts are interchangeable with other platforms. You could probably get a whole clock or platform for less trouble in finding just a pallet fork.Kevin W.;911297 said:Looking for a pallet lever with both pallet jewels intact. For a Majac Russian table clock.
Since I don't know the size of yours, you could check out lee Valley.treez;924277 said:I'm new, so I hope this is the right place for this post. If not, please put it where it should be.
I am looking for a door lock for an Emperor clock kit from 1977, s/n 234 88 9323. Llooks like a ssn no.....
It appears to be a copper or copper plated lock made by Corbin.
It is for the lower door. The face door has the same lock. Somehow I have managed to misplace the other lock.
This is for a repair and restoration for a friend. I did the wood work, but somehow the lock came up missing.
I appreciate any help, whether you have one for sale or can provide a source where I can purchase one.
Pics are attached.
Thanks for any help.
Thank you. The wires pass into the inside of the clock through two tubes as shown in my photo. What is the term for the ceramic/rubber/? tubes through which the wires pass?MartinM;925083 said:What you're looking for is termed a "ceramic terminal block" if an original is not available, there are many VERY similar styles available. Just Google for the term.
"Grommets".Dick C;925121 said:Thank you. The wires pass into the inside of the clock through two tubes as shown in my photo. What is the term for the ceramic/rubber/? tubes through which the wires pass?
Willie:Willie X;926026 said:Jeff,
You will probably have to post some pictures and add some measurements to get much of a responce. Most clock people don't know very many clocks by name ...