Standard Electric standard electric master

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  1. wingardclocks

    wingardclocks Registered User

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    I need a few answers about this clock, picture of a clock which is not mine below. The one I have isn't complete.

    1) What size chain is used to wind the weight?

    2) What is the size & number of teeth on the chain sprocket in the movement?

    3) I have the switch that shuts off the motor when the weight is wound. What activates the winding motor to wind the weight?

    Thanks in advance
     

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  2. eskmill

    eskmill Registered User
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    My recollection is #35 roller chain was used and the width of the usual "eyebrow" style case is an inch wider than the magnet wind clocks.
     
  3. paradise

    paradise Registered User
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    This clock uses a ladder chain and it is quite available. It is in inches not mm. I had one several years ago but don't remember the sizes. Mine went to Dr. Blore in Los Angeles area. His contact info should be available from electric horology chapter. While I cant speak for him I did find him to be very helpful when I contacted him once several years ago with a problem. Perhaps an email ti him might help.
     

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