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Hermle clock movement 130 – 131 is a round unit with a 90mm plate size diameter. They all take a size 4 clock key (not included), they come oiled and ready to go. The most compact movement produced in the Hermle clock movement line. They fit into the tightest of spaces and come in either pendulum units or balance units…. View Product

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If a Hermle clock doesn’t keep proper time, the pendulum may be incorrect. To determine if this is the problem, measure all of the components of the pendulum. Hermle clock pendulum measuring is extremely important. Often enough the CM length stamped on the movement is not the actual pendulum length. Certainly, the CM stamp provides valuable information, however it does… View Product

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For many dial diameters. These fit most German mechanical clock movements. The minute hand has a 2.2mm square mounting hole, the hour hand has a 4.5mm round hole. For Hermle mechanical movements as well as Urgos. 5″ Dial diameter only. These fit most German mechanical clock movements. The minute hand has a 2.2mm square mounting hole, the hour hand has… View Product

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A versatile product for multiple types of clocks or craft projects. Use clock Numerals or dial numbers to replace missing ones on the clock dial. Additionally, use these numbers to create a clock dial out of whatever material the clock is to be made out of. Of course, it is always fun to be creative and incorporate these numerals in… View Product

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Of course, can easily replace a movement by familiarizing with these simple terms and words. These Quartz clock movement definitions are the most common phrases and meanings related to the

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Mechanical Clock Repair E-Book includes the basic common issues with floor, wall and mantle clocks. The success of this E-Book is from the simplicity in the answers and the ease of use. This will make it very easy for the clock owner to solve simple problems that may arise when there is an issue with the clock. The topics as… View Product

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Urgos Clock Movement units have identifications on the back plate of the unit itself. These movements are available new in only the floor clock models such as grandmother and grandfather clocks. This is the more involved way of getting to the correct new unit and takes some figuring out. The other way is just by the movement numbers and is… View Product

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Removal of a mechanical clock movement is fast and easy. The movement itself is usually only mounted with two flat head screws underneath. These two screws run up into the movements pillar posts and hold it secure to the seat board. The weights and pendulum come off before doing anything to get them out of the way. This is done… View Product

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AmMechanical clock chain installation is fairly easy. It is not uncommon for the chains to sometimes fall off during shipping. If this should occur, all you have to do is loop them back over the ratchet wheels. Mechanical Clock Chains installation maybe required upon the new movements arrival. When getting the new unit, the chains may or may not be… View Product

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The weights may or may not all weigh the same however they usually do not. It is needed to know what weights goes on what chain or cable for most floor clocks in existence. Typically there is differences on the weights from left to right on a mechanical floor clock. This section is referring to post WW2 modern floor clocks… View Product

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Mechanical clock movement beat-setting means the tick and the tock sound of the clock are even. In order to run, every mechanical clock that has a pendulum needs to be put in beat. It is amazing how many clocks have not run for 10 years or more just because this is not known. Often, clocks in tag sales, auctions, and… View Product

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Mechanical clock chime hammer positioning is easy to do. It only involves bending the hammer head wires. Upon the initial installation, this was done by the clock maker as well. When replacing a clock movement you need to bend the chime hammers to the chime rods. This is why the hammer heads are on bendable wires. They are meant to… View Product