Kieninger KSU Clock Movement Parts - Front Diagram

Kieninger-KSU Clock-Movement Parts – Front Diagram

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Kieninger KSU Clock Movement Parts – Front Diagram

The German KSU triple chime cable driven clock movement parts are available. These are the new style K series units that are new returns. Please be sure the clock movement looks the same as the picture.

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Kieninger-KSU Clock-Movement Parts - Front Diagram

Kieninger-KSU Clock-Movement Parts - Front Diagram. The German KSU triple chime cable driven clock movement parts are available. These are the new style K series units that are new returns. The parts such as barrels and wheels are not the same on the older style units. Please be sure the clock movement that the parts are purchased for, looks the same as in the following pic.

ID LetterPart NameDescription
AHammerSold Individually, with screw and tip
BFront Plate6x9 Front plate of the movement
CRackSaw tooth rack that counts the strikes
DANSO leverTurns on or off the auto night shut off
ESelector SwitchGoes through the dial to select from the front
FStopworksSold as a set, so weights not go to far up or down
GANSO CamAuto night shut off activation cam wheel
HHour SnailThe tube and snail that holds the hour hand
IHand ShaftThe long post that holds the minute hand
JChime CamDetermines the quarterly chime output
KWinding ArborTo wind the clock cables and holds the cable drum in
LCableSingle clock cable with Ends that is .040 thick and 112inch in length
MPulleyCable pulley to hang the clock weight 1 3/4 wide

Additional information

Weight0.3 lbs
Letter ID

A = Chime Hammer, B = Front Plate, C = Rack, D = ANSO Lever, E = Selector Switch, F = Stopworks Set, G = ANSO Cam, H = Hour Snail, I = Handshaft, J = Chime Cam, K = Winding Arbor, L = Cable, M = Pulley

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Mark Harris
Mark Harris
6 months ago

Greetings. Father purchased a Sovereign Grandfather with 81 K 116 movement early 80’s and now have it in my possession. Both hour and minute hands lag the actual time chronically. 15 years ago, our local clock repair person blamed ‘plastic gear’ (singular) as the problem. He suggested he could manufacture a metal replacement for a price. I dont mind funding this clock’s resoration now. Does this plastic thing mean anything to you? I see you have parts. Wonderful. Mark in Oregon

Paul Voyles
Paul Voyles
7 months ago

I have a 1994 Howard Miller Grandfather clock since new. 3 weights suspended by cables, with a moon phase dial. It has worked fine, but I tried to move the chime selector lever, and something snapped. Now the lever is in the down position, and it will not change the chimes, nor will it stay in any other position than all the way down. I looked inside the right side access window and see what looks like a small black 1/2 nut laying loose. (only 1 piece of it) I have not taken anything apart. Where would this nut come from, and would I be able to fix it? Thanks, Paul

sabrina wilkinson
sabrina wilkinson
1 year ago
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This was such a hard one to find for me but you have it! Excellent!

1 year ago

How do I attach cable to the mechanism?

Terry Green
Terry Green
2 years ago

Hello ,I’m trying to find the black plastic chime selector for a KSU movement …is this available from you. It is shown on your diagram but not lettered as a part .

2 years ago

My movement is stamped “K 11” only. Are the chime hammers for the KSU series the right ones? Are the hammers offered for sale complete to the ends that “ride” the chime cam? The ends of mine that ride the cam are worn.

Ray Egerton
3 years ago

I recent;y acquired a Howard Miller Floor Clock, Model Number 610-241, with a Howard MIller Germany made (sic, Kieninger) movement, Number UW03051B 8206. I have 2 questions; 1) I have been trying to fix the actual vintage of the clock with no success, can you help with an approximate year, or range of years of manufacture for this clock?, 2) the clock was stored most improperly for at least several years, if not longer. The cabinetry is in need of deep cleaning and revitalization of the wood finish. I have a firm handle on that, the movement is only dusty and in need of a proper cleaning and oiling, I have that under control as well. However the brass ‘sleeves’ of the weights did not fare well from their improper storage, they appear to be brass plated steel, all three tops caps are now devoid of brass and are rusty metal finish, the body of all three have spots devoid of brass and the spots are scaly rust. I believe they are beyond salvaging, short of being chemically stripped, brass plated and polished. The sleeves are 62 mm (2.44″) Diameter x 247.65mm (9.75″) long. Are these weight sleeves available for purchase?
I apologize for the lengthy message, I hope more information is helpful in answering questions.
In advance, thank you for your help,
Ray Egerton

TOBIAS T Montoya
TOBIAS T Montoya
3 years ago

l’m looking for a part, i see the part however there is no character
by the part

Stephanie Stoudenmire
3 years ago

Which part are you looking for?