Franklin Tall Case Clock

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  1. njohannessen

    njohannessen Registered User
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    Jan 4, 2010
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    i have a complete Franklin electric clock movement. The coil windings had multiple breaks so the only solution was to disassemble the coil frame and rewind the coil. Two questions- 1. has anybody figured an easy (haha) way to interleave the steel plates to bring the two halves together? 2. Is there a replacement motor that can be used here?
    Thank you for your answers
     
  2. heirloomclocks

    heirloomclocks Registered User
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    Nov 21, 2005
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    Hello,
    The Bulletins listed here have information about the Franklin Clock. You can search for them and read them on NAWCC site. See: No. 255 of 8/88 beginning page 294 and No. 209 of 12/80 beginning page 601. Not likely to be a replacement motor since the maker created and would his own movements. Cordially, Carl
     

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