Telechron Rotors.

Discussion in 'Electric Horology' started by Bob Reichel, Mar 28, 2002.

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  1. Bob Reichel

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    Contact Richard Warburton, 360-677-2254, Ph/fax, POB 149, Skykomish, WA 98288. Richard is our expert restorer of clock motors and rotors. BR
     
  2. Jeremy Woodoff

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    The book Electrifying Time: Telechron and GE Clocks, 1925-1955 by Jim Linz (Schiffer Publishing) has a nice section on repairing Telechron rotors.
     
  3. tinkerer

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    kirxklox,

    Try Mike Frost at lincoln@mnainc.com I understand he has the telechron tooling and is manufacturing the rotors today.

    Tinkerer

    Edited to make the email address live.

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  4. Robertsclocks

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    Hi Kirxklox
    I also have had problems with Telechron rotors. The book your trying to find is available from amazon.com. When you call up their website, punch up "books" and enter the title "Electrifying Time". Good luck!
    My email is robertsclocks31@cs.com .
    Bob

    Edited to make the email address live.

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