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Old 11-06-2001, 01:02 AM
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Changed Mine and the Clock works Great


Benzmac is right, remove the clock and replace the capacitors before spending any serious money on an overhaul. I think the parts cost me $4.00 and it took about two hours in all from tear out to rebuild to replacement. The dust bunnies were also surrounding the center shaft of the clock so I blew that off and relubed with 3 in 1 oil. Clock has been keeping great time ever since. Do a search on this site for clock and read the posts on how several of us did it, and what to look for when you do it.

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