General Electric Chime Clock Movement

Discussion in 'Electric Horology' started by Tom Gettman, Jul 19, 2002.

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  1. Tom Gettman

    Tom Gettman Guest

    Working on a GE Model 100 two-plate movement. This movement is illustrated in "Chime Clock Reoperation Instructions" AMPS-23, Section III (August 31, 1948.) Movement is for a grandmother clock, and uses chime rods.

    The movement is missing part "N", the "Spring Hook". Need to know what the material and dimensions are of this piece in order to fabricate; or maybe there is one of these parts out there somewhere? Also need to know exactly where and how this piece attaches to the movement.

    A scan or picture of the spring hook would be really great.

    Thanks, Tom
     
  2. Tom Gettman

    Tom Gettman Guest

    Working on a GE Model 100 two-plate movement. This movement is illustrated in "Chime Clock Reoperation Instructions" AMPS-23, Section III (August 31, 1948.) Movement is for a grandmother clock, and uses chime rods.

    The movement is missing part "N", the "Spring Hook". Need to know what the material and dimensions are of this piece in order to fabricate; or maybe there is one of these parts out there somewhere? Also need to know exactly where and how this piece attaches to the movement.

    A scan or picture of the spring hook would be really great.

    Thanks, Tom
     
  3. Tom Gettman

    Tom Gettman Guest

    Sam & All,

    Posted here is a view of the disassembled movement, and a page that shows the Spring Hook, Part "N". Can't locate Part "N" in the disassembled view. Looks like the spring hook is attached somehow to part #18 and pivots on the same arbor - just assuming.

    GE Chime Movement

    Part "N" ass'y

    Thanks,

    Tom

    [This message has been edited by Tom Gettman (edited 07-22-2002).]
     

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