Stromberg slave question

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I have a Stromberg slave that I am repairing. I have never worked on one before but the movement seems very straightforward. I have a 20V impulse power supply and the coil actuates the rotor when impulsed. There is a secondary rotor (much smaller) that I hope you can see in the pictures. It is on the same shaft as the main rotor and is intended to rotate the main shaft by 1/8th turn so that on the next impulse, the main shaft is in a position that the main rotor can be pulled by the coil.
I can not figure out what causes the smaller rotor to move. I am probably missing a part but would appreciate any help or a picture of a complete system.
Thanks,
Cliff 20211216_163809.jpg second smaller rotor to be actuated.

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Calculagraph

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Thank you! That is exactly what is missing. Do you have any idea where I might get that part or a slave movement I can sacrifice?
I think the slave has some value, it is very attractive. The slave is a 20 Volt Model S7. The clock must weigh at least 20 pounds, I believe solid bronze.
Thanks for your help.

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Thanks, I think I am going to have to wait a while to see if a sacrificial movement shows up on ebay or elsewhere.
 

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