Hey guys--I'm working on a clock for a friend. It has a battery operated movement with a platform escapement. I have gone through the movement and can't find any mechanical reason for it not to work, so I am suspecting something in the electronics. Now, this not a particularly interesting or valuable movement, I'm thinking of just replacing it with a modern, USA-made quartz movement of similar size and function. I believe I have selected the best course of action, but if there are any thoughts to the contrary, or help in getting this movement working, I would appreciate it. It isn't a particularly valuable clock, but the family is attached to it, so I would like to get it running for them again. A good quartz movement could possible last 10-20-30 years or so. It is a Seth Thomas "Golden Rule" Cat. 2310 (Mod. E477-009) Octagon wall clock.