A guide to diagnosing and correcting faults in many different clocks, whether antique of fairly new. There are detailed descriptions of repair methods, including alternative techniques to suit a less well equipped workshop or inexperienced repairer. Many aspects of clock repair are covered, including lathe work, cleaning, bushing, pivoting and mounting, replacing or repairing an escapement, train faults and gears, suspension and crutches, striking and chiming work, lubrication, assembly and testing.
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Published August 17, 2010
by Skyhorse Publishing.
Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical, Science & Math.