Clock repairs

3 years 6 months ago #81 by Dick Witcher


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    I had a guy send me an e-mail recently wanting to sell me a clock. It is the twist in without a ring & it is nickel. He said that his family repairs these occasionally & he has had this one for many years but decided to sell it. I bought it & it indeed works. I asked if he wanted me to give out his name to club members as a source of repairs. He said OK.
    Jim DeRosier
    Colonial Clock Shop
    13075 Wild Turkey Road
    Welch, MN 55089
    www.colonialclockshop.com
    651-332-4019 800-333-8463
    If you use him give me some feed back.
    Dick

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    3 years 6 months ago #86 by rvkapp1


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    With the clocks that tick for a few seconds and then stop, I have had good luck with just lubercating them well and cleaning. Most of the time they will start working correctly.


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    3 years 6 months ago #106 by 57nomad


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    I found the clock ring I needed. Unfortunately it had nickel on it and I had to bead blast it. What I am trying to do is match the patina on a old red brass machine that time has made darker. Any idea's ?

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