The key to the problem here is the two cupped washers. Two cupped washers were needed because there was too much space between the minute hand and the taper pin hole. That's because this assembly very probably had a spring tension washer UNDER the minute cannon that uplifted the minute hand and reduced that space. It no longer has such a spring. Someone smashed the minute cannon to make it a friction fit to the center shaft.That's why it turned so hard before cleaning and now two washers are needed to close that space. After cleaning, etc. the friction was lost. Now there's no friction at eleven and it stops. The best repair here is to install a friction spring under the minute cannon, put those two cupped washers in your parts drawer and install minute hand properly with only ONE very thin washer. KaPeesh? Yeah. I gnu ya wood.
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