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  1. expeditionhiker

    expeditionhiker Registered User

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    hi, my Standard Electric Master clock has a built in transformer, rectifier and in-line fuses. It has fuses on both leads, why not just the positive? Does this take 110v AC and convert to 24v DC? I'm missing a component inside, anyone know what I'm missing(two wires sticking out left of movement)? Maybe a volt or amp meter? Anyone have pictures? I buzzed out the wires to the missing component and one goes to positive terminal and other to neutral. Also, any idea the time period this clock may have been made or any other info on the movement would be appreciated. I don't think the cabinet is oak, and the trim around the dial is metal. thankyou

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  2. Scot Traffis

    Scot Traffis Registered User
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    Very nice clock. The transformer and rectifier does convert 110VAC to 24VDC. All my clocks have fuse on both 110 volt legs. None of my clocks have the wires on the left side of the movement. Will look at some wiring diagrams that I have maybe they will show something.
     
  3. Scot Traffis

    Scot Traffis Registered User
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    none of the drawings I have show anything hooked up to those terminals. Will check into it and let you know if I find out anything. Scot
     

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