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The telechron is a very old, early electric drive clock. The drive assembly is rather simple but as for an actual diagram I don't think those are available. Congratulations for owning this collectable horological unit.... I've attached a link to a site you may be able to contact another collector with experience with this particular model.

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Try www.klockit.com. You can replace the entire movement for about $5 including new hands. You can select from an assortment of hands that will probably match the style of what you have and use those if the old hands don't fit the new movement. I've bought several movements from them over the years. For a few more dollars you can upgrade to an "atomic clock" movement which synchronizes with the US time signal and even sets DST automatically.

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How do you oil a Howard Miller mantle clock


If your mechanically inclined, and are feeling a bit adventurous you could purchase a bottle of Clock oil from either your local clock shop, or online. A small bottle will last a long time.
It's best to let the clock run completely down first. Set your time to 12:00, remove the hand nut that holds the minute hand on, and remove the minute hand. Remove the hour hand by pulling out away from the dial. Look inside the case, and remove the screws that hold the movement in the case. Remove the movement carefully making sure not to touch the escapement. Now you have access to all the bushings (small dots where the gear arbors show through the plates) front, and back. Clean off any buildup you see on the bushings with say a cotton swab, toothbrush, pipe cleaner, and a descent remover. I use Goof Off if I'm out in the field cleaning a floor clock. After your sure you've wiped off all residue you now put a very small drop of oil on each bushing. Now work the oil in by using a pair of tweezers to wiggle each gear back and forth between the plates. Do not get oil on the gears them selves just the bushings on the out side of the plates. Now put it back in the case with the screws you removed, put the hour hand back on positioned at the 12, put the hour hand back on also positioned at the 12 so it's showing 12:00, and tighten the nut finger tight. Don't over tighten.
Winder up, set the time, and see how it goes. Buzz has the better idea though, and your local clock shop could probably use the business. Good Luck

Dec 30, 2014 | Howard Miller Urban Mantle II Mantle Clock

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Truck will not start, wanted to check starting celinoid1995 niss pick up


Solenoid Replacement
  1. Remove the starter.
  2. Unscrew the two solenoid switch (magnetic switch) retaining screws.
  3. Remove the solenoid. In order to unhook the solenoid from the starter drive lever, lift it up at the same time that you are pulling it out of the starter housing.
  4. Installation is in the reverse order of removal. Make sure that the solenoid switch is properly engaged with the drive lever before tightening the mounting screws.
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Fig. 5: Exploded view of M3T38482 type starter-1989-95 models




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Fig. 7: Exploded view of S114-527A type starter-1989-95 models


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Fig. 8: Exploded view of M1T60281 type starter-1989-95 models


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Fig. 9: Exploded view of S114-703A type starter-1989-95 models




Brush Replacement
NON-REDUCTION GEAR TYPE

  1. Remove the starter.
  2. Remove the solenoid (magnetic switch).
  3. Unfasten the two end frame cap mounting bolts and remove the end frame cap.
  4. Remove the O-ring and lock plate from the armature shaft groove, then slide the shims off the shaft.
  5. Unfasten the two long housing screws (at the front of the starter) and carefully pull off the end plate.
  6. Using a screwdriver, separate the brushes from the brush holder.
  7. Slide the brush holder off of the armature shaft.
  8. Crush the old brushes off of the copper braid and file away any remaining solder.
  9. Fit the new brushes to the braid and spread the braid slightly.
Use a soldering iron of at least 250 watts.
  1. Using a light-grade solder, solder the brush to the braid. Grip the copper braid with flat pliers to prevent the solder from flowing down its length.
  2. File off any extra solder and then repeat the procedure for the remaining three brushes.
  3. Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

When installing the brush holder, make sure that the brushes line up properly.
REDUCTION GEAR TYPE
  1. Remove the starter and the solenoid.
  2. Remove the through-bolts and the rear cover. The rear cover can be pried off with a small prytool, but be careful not to damage the O-ring.
  3. Separate the starter housing, armature, and brush holder from the center housing. They can be removed as an assembly.
  4. Remove the positive side brush from its holder. The positive brush is insulated from the brush holder, and its lead wire is connected to the field coil.
  5. Carefully lift the negative brush from the commutator and remove it from the holder.
  6. Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

Starter Drive Replacement
NON-REDUCTION GEAR TYPE
  1. With the starter motor removed from the vehicle, separate the solenoid from the starter.
  2. Remove the two through-bolts and separate the gear case from the yoke housing.
  3. Remove the pinion stopper clip and the pinion stopper.
  4. Slide the starter drive off the armature shaft.
  5. Install the starter drive and reassemble the starter in the reverse order of removal.

REDUCTION GEAR TYPE
  1. Remove the starter.
  2. Unfasten the solenoid and the shift lever.
  3. Remove the bolts securing the center housing to the front cover and separate the parts.
  4. Remove the gears and starter drive.
  5. Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

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Panasonic clock radio RC7469. Electric motor that actuates flip panels (hours, & Minutes) operates but the primary gear extending from the motor itself does not rotate. The motor unit is sealed.


If you have situation like this just open clock, remove clock assembly from base. Use LUB OIL 88/200 by CRC Industries, two point where you should apply oil: drive shaft and gear box (two point of lubrication - power wire enter point in to clock and point where wire go to motor). Lubricate it well and let clock run for 48 hours add additional oil if needed.

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1 year old t101m timer stopped working. The manual on/off works but mechanical clock doesn't. Is there an easy fix or should I just repalce?


T101 dial is not working so the 125V clock motor needs to be replaced:
Grainger sells 125V T100 series clock motor:
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search

Timer mechanism releases from box with metal spring located inside top of box.
Clock motor is attached with 2 star screws.
Notice clock motor has plastic gears, but timer has metal gears.
Metal gears on timer mechanism last for many years.

Notice also that clock motor wires connect to terminals A and 1.
After installing new motor, tighten screws very tight against copper wire.

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Model T104P wiring instructions for 110volt motor


T104 timer is for 240 Volt circuits. It has internal 240V clock motor. Clock terminals and timer terminals are connected, so there is no way this timer can control 110V circuit.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html

T101 timer is for 110V circuit.
T101 has 110V clock motor
Both white neutral wires = terminal A.
Black hot wire from breaker box = terminal 1
Black wire to load = terminal 2.
Grounds = green screw
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T103 timer is for 110V circuit
T103 has 110V clock motor
Both white neutral wires = terminal A.
Black hot wire from breaker box = terminal 3
Black hot wire to load = terminal 4
Grounds = green screw

T1905 timer is for 110V circuit.
T1905 has 110V clock motor
Both white neutrals = Clock terminal
Black hot from breaker = COM
Black to load = NO [load comes on when timer turns on]

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I need a Howard Miller battery mantle clock


Try www.klockit.com. You can replace the entire movement for about $5 including new hands. You can select from an assortment of hands that will probably match the style of what you have and use those if the old hands don't fit the new movement. I've bought several movements from them over the years. For a few more dollars you can upgrade to an "atomic clock" movement which synchronizes with the US time signal and even sets DST automatically.

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Need to know how the circular spring loaded gear goes where the lower part of the power valve is on the clutch side case?


Although your description isn't exactly the greatest, I assume you are referring to the power valve actuator. It fits into the side cover into a bearing near the waterpump. The gear on the oppposite end engages the end of the crankshaft when assembled. The actuator linkage engages into the slot near the middle of the gear assembly. Very difficult to explain but it takes just a few seconds to slip it into place. Nothing retains it during assembly, so be careful not to drop it.

Perhaps a visit to a site with an exploded view would help you - like Yamaha of Troys parts finder. It will provide you with an exploded view but possibly not the entire arrangement - this is what the manual is for.

A manual would show this arrangement. Google search "online manual YZ250"

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Install new timer for pool about 5 weeks ago. clock does not work or timer. what do i do to fix problem?


Do not tirn the clock dial counter clockwise as it will brake the teeth on the plastic gear causing the clock not to turn. If the gear is broken The mfg. will mostlikley send a new one for free with an exploded view. It is very easy to replace. Don't forget to shut off the power first as the points will be exposed during your gear replacement.

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Betacam Sp Error Code


Hi,
It seems mechanical problem and you need to apart unit.
I would advice you to get Maintenance Manual of BVW-75 before to open unit and get help from mechanical exploded section.
Below is picture of Maintenance Manual and part of mechanical exploded view...



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It is high end broadcast model and needs care in maintenance.
Good Luck.

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HP Color Laserjet 2840


Need to order a replacement FUSER it's located in the rear of the printer. If you live in the USA you need 110V if you're in Euro 220V see below for the part number you need to order.

RG5-7602-000
RG5-7603-000
Fuser ***'y, 110V, CLJ 2820/2840
Fuser ***'y, 220V, CLJ 2820/2840
CLJ 2820/2840

Aug 06, 2008 | HP LaserJet 2820 Printer

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