Kundo clock help needed

turboflyer

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Just finished doing a mild restoration on this Kundo. All apart, cleaned, spring serviced, back together. But I am not sure how to proceed getting the torsion spring off the pendulum. Looks simple enough. Don’t want to force the pin out. Is there another way?

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etmb61

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Raise the collar against the spring to expose the steel pin that holds the block in the top of the pendulum. Tap the pin out with a punch. After that I usually file the crimp on the center of the pin to make it a loose fit so it will go back together without using a hammer.

Eric
 
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Phil G4SPZ

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I did one this morning! The pin came out when squeezed firmly with pliers. I filed the pin and made it easier to replace.

Phil
 
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