Every Jauch clock movement is discontinued. Use a Hermle conversion kit as described below.
(old unit marked P1.61cm Westminster)
(old unit marked 77 but triple chime)
(old unit marked P1.64cm Westminster)
(old unit marked with P1. 78 on rear)
(used in many Kit clocks-unit marked with 77 on rear)
(for the P1 93cm and P1 94cm Jauch unit)
(for the P1. 110cm and P1. 116cm Jauch unit uses 471-050HS/114cm)
(same as above but triple chime with Hermle 1171-050HS/94cm)
(same as above but triple chime with Hermle 1171-050HS/114cm)
You do not have to modify the dial or pendulum top hook. The movement and case will remain original. Some consider the movement a sentimental piece for some reason, so it will remain.Disadvantages of a repair:
You will have to have it done all over again in 5 to 10 years.No repair is as good as a new unit. Sometimes these units cannot be repaired because of lack of part availability. If something were to ever happen to the dial or hands then there is no replacement.
The movement is much easier to get parts for. You can upgrade the pendulum to a metal Lyre style if you choose. The movement can be replaced again in another 25 years. If anything were to ever happen to the dial, hands, gong, weights, pendulum, then you can get new. It costs less then repair especially considering a repair would have to be done every 5 to 8 years. New movement is cheaper than a overhaul, will last longer, and is easier.Disadvantages of replacing:
Some modifications maybe required such as listed on this page. Sometimes the pendulum will have to be shortened 1 1/2 inches off the wood stick. Dial would be have to attached to the wood case if its not already.