Self Winding Model No. 10

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  1. Kenneth Snowden

    Kenneth Snowden Registered User
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    I just posted on the clock repair site a request for help with this clock. That is before I saw thilisting specifically for electric clocks. I am looking for someone who could test/repair this movement. I also need a pendulum and dial for this clock.
    Ant help would be appreciated.

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  2. mxfrank

    mxfrank Registered User

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    What is the diameter? I may have a nice dial for that.
     
  3. Kenneth Snowden

    Kenneth Snowden Registered User
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    It would be 14 1/2 inches.
     
  4. Kevin W.

    Kevin W. Registered User
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    I work at the Veritas Tools machine shop.
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    I found one, buts 12 inches long.
     

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