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Old 1st Dec 2021, 1:07 pm   #2
bionicmerlin
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Default Re: Bush flip clock (Bush CR232)

Don’t quote me on it but I believe the motors are Infact mains voltage . It was obviously disconnected for some reason in the first place. 2 thoughts spring to mind. Open circuit motor coil. Or clock motor got noisy ie worn or dry bearings . First thing I would do is check the coil resistance. If your meter is up to that. If it’s open circuit, your problem is finding a replacement.
Don’t over oil any clock , you will cause more harm than good. Especially any nylon gears.
Andy
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