This cool old movement comes from an old schoolhouse master clock. It apparently counts the seconds on one lead, and the minutes on another. It doesn't have a power source except for a self winding mechanism which you can see at the bottom of one of the sides. The 50 AC power source, along with the coils at the bottom are supposed to push that silver thing upward, winding the clock with enough power to keep it going. When fully wound, the "push" won't stop the clock, it just waits for the next try when it can move it by one tooth. My issue is that the coils seem to activate and try to push the lever, but there's not enough power to get it to wind. I thought I'd try the collective brain power here before jumping over to the electric forum. Any experience with these? Anything you can spot?