Hermle Westminster Chime clock.

Rod McLeod

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I want to buy a lever for this clock. It is the lever which attaches to the shut-off lever on the clock and projects thru the case beside the dial so I can turn the chime off. Rod.
 

Willie X

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Rod,
These come in several shapes and sizes. Some photos would be necessary to help you pick the right one. Willie X
 

Willie X

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Rod,
No photos yet and it looks like everyone's crystal ball in in the shop ... Willie X
 
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Rod McLeod

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That is older than I had imagined it to be. Can you provide a picture?
Hi Mark. I tried posting a picture with no success. The lever I need is the one that attaches to the lever on the front of the movement that turns on/off the chime sequence. It mounts on the lever with a small set screw and then comes thru to the front of the clock thru a slot beside the dial. Does this help? Thanks, Rod.
 

Willie X

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That's called the 'chime selector' and comes in about 6 different lengths.
It's measured from the flat lever to the tip of the selector.

Note, to long would be better than to short. :)

Willie X
 

Rod McLeod

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That's called the 'chime selector' and comes in about 6 different lengths.
It's measured from the flat lever to the tip of the selector.

Note, to long would be better than to short. :)

Willie X
Thanks Willie. Now if I can find someone who can supply same, I would be grateful. Rod.
 

Rod McLeod

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That's called the 'chime selector' and comes in about 6 different lengths.
It's measured from the flat lever to the tip of the selector.

Note, to long would be better than to short. :)

Willie X
Hi Willie, do you sell these chime selectors? Rod.
 

Willie X

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Google 'Hermle parts' or look at the 'clock supplies' at the top of this page.

With no photos, numbers, or measurements, you will have to "get lucky" on this one.

Willie X
 

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