Anniversary Clock Suspension Springs

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$9.00$10.00

Anniversary Clock Suspension Springs

Single Strength suspension springs in a three pack. These are the springs only with no fork or blocks.

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AN1: $9.00$10.00

400 Day Suspension Springs

Single Strength suspension springs in a three pack. These come as the spring only with no fork or blocks. Install the blocks and fork from the old broken one to the new one. Available in all size increments between .0018 and .0040.

Ordering the Anniversary Clock Suspension Springs

Choose the size from the drop down list below. To determine the size, measure the existing spring that is broken. Alternately, try the repair guide on this page to see if your anniversary clock part is in the list. The size indicates only the thickness of the spring and all of the lengths are the same. Consequently, the springs come way too long and the length needs to be cut to size with scissors.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 lbs
Size

3pk .0018, 3pk .0019, 3pk .0020, 3pk .0021, 3pk .0022, 3pk .0023, 3pk .0024, 3pk .0025, 3pk .0028, 3pk .0030, 3pk .0031, 3pk .0032, 3pk .0033, 3pk .0034, 3pk .0035, 3pk .0036, 3pk .0037, 3pk .0038, 3pk 0.0040, Popular Assortment

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    Anniversary Clock Blocks/Fork

    These are the parts on the suspension spring of an Anniversary clock. Sometimes these are lost and most often it is the bottom block that is missing. Please choose either top block, fork, or bottom block from the drop down menu.

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    This Anniversary clock repair book is the 10th edition and is Hardcover. This is a must have book to repair anniversary clocks. Extremely useful in identifying suspension springs.

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    Replacement solid glass clock dome for anniversary or 400 day style clocks. This is the glass cover that encloses the clock. The size options indicated are the overall width of the base and also the overall height.

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Gene burnett
Gene burnett
1 year ago

When measuring , how tight should I be?

Gene burnett
Gene burnett
1 year ago

The suspension wire that is.

Gene burnett
Gene burnett
1 year ago

Can I send you the wire, “you” measure the wire, and send me what I need?

Gene burnett
Gene burnett
1 year ago

Hi! Haven’t mailed yet, but plan on sending to PO Box 330, 124 Goss Hill, Huntington, MA , is that right? Also, I need to know how much to make the check out to, the website says $9-20. I think I better get 2 wires just in case. You’ll also tell me the size, please.

Sincerely,

Gene

Gene burnett
Gene burnett
1 year ago

Hi! The previous communication noted that you’d be willing to measure if I sent the wire. Is that still available?

Sincerely,

Gene

Gene burnett
Gene burnett
1 year ago

Hi! How much should I send you since I don’t know the size? Would like two wires, just in case.

Thanks for your patience, Gene

James Brake
James Brake
1 year ago

My suspension spring is missing. How do I determine the size I need?

Gene burnett
Gene burnett
1 year ago
Reply to  James Brake

Thanks for your email! You’re the first I’ve heard from; or I don’t know how things work. I’m just going to measure the thickness of the wire.

Sincerely,

Gene

Billie Evans
Billie Evans
1 year ago

How to disassemble a pendulum on 400 dayclock

Charles Riggs
6 months ago

Straightening the pendulum parts can be much easier if you disassemble them first, looks like those pins are rivets mushroomed over on both sides of each pin, in this case you will need to make replacement rivets. use the tip of a center drill the same size of the head of the rivet. center punch the very center of each rivet first. drill the small end of the rivet go in till the head pops off and starts spinning, the rivet should now fall out the opposite side you drilled perhaps they sell a replacement? too little time to get the hands to tell the time we spend fixing grandma Rose’s old clock. two jewels and plastic levelers that fall apart.
they made the face to have twelve numbers because for the other twelve numbers you are supposed to be sleeping and wont see them anyways.

Charles Riggs
6 months ago
Reply to  Billie Evans

you are better off not removing any of the rivets that hold everything together, but the slotted piece that attaches to the spring at the top of the pendulum comes off by unscrewing it, find a thick screwdriver that fits into the slot and turn the pendulum counter clock wise, don.t force it if its too tight and don’t use pliers on it. the threaded piece and the dial you turn with your fingers are one piece, that turns on a steel shaft pressed into a brass casting, that bottom twisted piece. mine got dropped and i discovered it may look like the legs are bent but it was the steel shaft that deeded straightening. and some legs needed the same. the thing needs to be balanced some what so its best to net take that apart. even if the pendulum becomes bent or lopsided it will still work. use a small crescent wrench as a vise to hold the brass, its easy to bend so don’t go too far the other way. and don’t use any type of polishing compounds or abrasives on your brass or you will remove the clear coat that keep the clock from turning green. good luck

Gene Burnett
Gene Burnett
1 year ago

How do I measure the old wire with the tool I purchased from you?

eric stott
eric stott
11 months ago

I’m trying to measure my old anniversary clock spring to order a new one. When I tighten the micrometer (bought from your site) the thickness reads 5 but you don’t have a spring in that size listed

Cleo Weiss
8 months ago

Hello, I have a Welby Kieninger & Obergfell Anniversary Clock marked Made in Germany then a few marks and 0)jewels unadjusted. The numbering is white on blue and I can find no other marks. From reading through your site I have identified that part of the reason it isn’t running is the suspension spring (what is currently attached isn’t much thicker than Christmas tinsel) has a kink in it at the top and I don’t see anything that would attached the balled pendulum to the suspension spring so I think the bottom block may be missing as well.

With that, I have no idea how to figure out what size suspension spring I should order! Can you help????

Jerry S Dockins
6 months ago

Schatz 400 day clock suspencion spring length , don’t have the old one to measure.

jeff parkinson
jeff parkinson
3 months ago

how do I know which size to order. I bought an anniversary clock at an auction and it is missing the suspension piece. It has an M stamped on the back of it.please advise.

Bill Housley
1 month ago

My wife has a clock like this, but the rotary pendulum is missing. Please reply if you have one to sell or know where I could get one.

Paul Bunbury
Paul Bunbury
1 month ago
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I need the suspension spring and block for a #49 schatz 400 day clock

Paul Bunbury
Paul Bunbury
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul Bunbury

I have the top block and fork but nothing at the bottom of the spring it must have fallen out when we moved it