Westclox Moon Beam. Oiling help

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  1. msacco

    msacco Registered User

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    Hello, a pocket watch collector but recently picked up a 50s Moon Beam. Runs great, look great and alarm and light work BUT I wanted to keep it in continued use and not sure where to oil.
    I don't really want to pay for an expensive overhaul/cleaning and I'm hoping I can do a bit with just the case off. Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated! I've attached a pic I found online of the inside..not my clock but perhaps someone can pinpoint areas.

    thanks in advance.
    Mike Sacco

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  2. gleber

    gleber Registered User

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    I think this is posted in the wrong section of the forum and will get better response in the correct section. A moderator can move it.

    Tom
     
  3. shutterbug

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    I'll move it over to the electric forum ;)
     
  4. Time for tea

    Time for tea Registered User

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    Hi, oil the clock pivots just like any clock with Clock Oil, i use Priory Clock Oil on my electric clocks
     

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