Tests

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  1. Ed Schmitt

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    What type of test should I be looking to do after a clock or watch repair? e.g. good end shake, drop/lock. I'm just trying to put together a list before my mind is completely gone.

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    I like to test things one train at a time. End shake and ease of operation are the main things. Use slight finger pressure to power the train. I can't help you with watches. I would think you'd just have to assemble everything and see if it runs :)
     

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