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Picture of Wayne C. Anderson
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Today at a flea market, I found a Session Electric clock with Westminster chimes Model 2C, made in Forestville, Conn USA - and I decided it need a new home. It runs, but is running slow. Would anyone have any advice on cleaning/oiling electric clocks? Thanks

[This message was edited by Wayne C. Anderson on August 17, 2003 at 19:38.]

Sessions
 
Posts: 886 | Location: Nebraska, in the U.S.A. Heartland | Registered: November 22, 2002
Picture of Tom Seymour
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Wayne,
It is my belief that the mechanical parts that are driven my the motor are treated the same as in any other clock. The motor, coils and such I have not ventured into repairing, and would have no advise to give.

Tom Seymour
NAWCC #41293
IHC #104
IHC Exec.V.P.
 
Posts: 2537 | Location: Mount Angel, Oregon in the U.S.A. | Registered: November 19, 2002
Picture of Wayne C. Anderson
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Tom,
A little cleaning/oiling of the mechanical parts and the Sessions Electric clock is keeping time once more, and the Westminster Chime is chiming again. Thanks
 
Posts: 886 | Location: Nebraska, in the U.S.A. Heartland | Registered: November 22, 2002
Picture of Tom Seymour
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Wayne,

Way to go!! Satisfying isn't it?? That was a nice find. I'm glad you got it up and running!!

Tom Seymour
NAWCC #41293
IHC #104
IHC Exec.V.P.
 
Posts: 2537 | Location: Mount Angel, Oregon in the U.S.A. | Registered: November 19, 2002
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