Lanshire reoconstruction

TonyR

NAWCC Member
Mar 4, 2005
418
1
18
Hi, electric maestros, I've got a Lanshire rear-set movement from an advertising beer clock. My problem is someone pulled it apart and I need to put it back together. I have all the gears and have reassembled them in their respective spots. Now the problem: I am used to reassembling mechanical movements where you can see where the pivots are going as you slide them into place. With this little mechanism, once the pivots are in say the front plate, you can't see to slide them in place in the other plate because the back cover makes it invisible. I am sure there must be a technique for doing this, so can anyone tell me the secret? How do you get the little pivots in the other set of holes when you can't see what you are doing?

Regards,


TonyR.
 

Ricardo

New User
Jun 22, 2021
1
0
1
60
Country
I´m a curious, not a huge fan or a professional. I´m looking for a little help whith a Lanshire self starting clock, model H3 with SS2 type motor. I guess it was my grandfather desk clock from the 50"s. I don´t have the grass, the minute and seconds hands (pointers?) and I´m not sure if i have all the gears. I thanks for any kind of help.

1624550465777.jpg 1624550465757.jpg 1624550465767.jpg 1624550465777.jpg 1624550465747.jpg 1624550465736.jpg 1624551338230.jpg
 

Forum statistics

Threads
168,305
Messages
1,467,946
Members
48,234
Latest member
mehedi94
Encyclopedia Pages
1,060
Total wiki contributions
2,955
Last update
-