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Nibsey

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Seeking out info on this clock. I think it’s a new haven but any info on model, year, etc would be appreciated. I

Also, it seems to also run solidly and has a steady and even tic-tic beat but runs several hours than suddenly stops. Any insight on that would be helpful too. I’m new to this.

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Welcome to the forum.

I think it’s a new haven but any info on model, year, etc would be appreciated. I
It is a New Haven product, as the dial and movement are marked New Haven.

The folks with the New Haven literature should be along and provide the name and vintage of your clock along with any other pertinent information.

Regards.
 

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I requested your post be moved to the clock repair forum, as you will get more help there.
 

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We need more information about how it stops, where the hands are when it stops, and things like that. Is the stopping slow and gradual or sudden with corresponding visual effects on the pendulum?
 

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If I see correctly, there appears to be a small “slit” in the bushings.
 

Nibsey

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The stopping does not appear at any given specific time. It will stop at random moments. I do hear that when it stops there is sometimes an audible pause in the beating (which will sometime resume on its own, sometimes not).
 

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You might also have one hooked or otherwise malformed tooth on the escape wheel. In your pic, I think I can see one hooked tooth at the bottom. Look at each tooth on the EW and see if the end is bent over or broken.
 

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