clock questions

3 years 3 weeks ago - 3 years 3 weeks ago #1179 by rvkapp1


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    Dick knew the replacement didn't have the spring, he purchased two sets as well. I'm not sure what he is talking about.

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    3 years 3 weeks ago #1181 by 57nomad


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    The spring from a ball point pen fits perfectly, just shorten it

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    3 years 3 weeks ago #1186 by Dick Witcher


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    No a ball point pen won't do it. You really don't need it if you understand that you have to turn the knob backward when you want the clock to run forward when you want to stop it.

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    3 years 3 weeks ago #1187 by 57nomad


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    When I took out the old stem the spring was broken, I just replaced it with a reasonable facsimile and it seems to work well. You just have to shorten and bend the ends.

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    3 years 3 weeks ago #1188 by TWNHSTNUT


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    If anyone has pictures of an original or make shift set up for the spring please post a picture

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    2 years 6 months ago #1772 by rvkapp1


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    Reposting pics of the repro clock knobs.








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