Standard Electric Disassembling a Standard Electric AR

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  1. mxfrank

    mxfrank Registered User

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    I need to remove the mechanisms from a Standard AR in order to make repairs to the case. I'm wondering if there's a trick to removing the pilot clocks? I see each of them has three tiny screws, which I assume hold the bezel in place. What I'm unsure of is how to remove the setting stem. It doesn't seem to unscrew, and I don't want to pull unless I'm sure.

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  2. mxfrank

    mxfrank Registered User

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    I thought I'd follow up on this, in case anyone else has the problem. The clocks have pins which engage slots on the base. All you need to do is twist the entire clock counter clockwise. The photo shows one of the pins in the movement, along with the slot in the base.

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