I just overhauled a Sessions Westminster Electric clock, likely from the 30s. It is the type that was converted from the wind up, mainspring driven, one written up in Steven Conover's book, Chime Clock Repair. It has two synchronous motors, one to work the time and the other to work the strike and chimes. The original insulation was worn, so I rewired both motors and provided added insulation, as well as doing the normal servicing of all mechanical parts. It is back in the case and running fine. I have noticed that both motors get warm, but certainly not hot to the touch. Is this normal? Thanks for any input that can be provided.