Franklin Tall Case Clock

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  1. njohannessen

    njohannessen Registered User
    NAWCC Member

    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
    NAWCC Member

    Nov 21, 2005
    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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