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Old 3rd Dec 2021, 12:11 pm   #6
19Seventy7
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Default Re: Bush flip clock (Bush CR232)

Hi all

There is a tag strip that the mains entered into and went off to the transformer. This did look like it had been worked on before, so the motor came from there, i'd believe. It adds up with the circuit diagram. I reconnected the motor and think I found why it was disconnected, I believe the motor has a short as when I switched on, out came a plume of smoke. I've disconnected it again and will just keep it as a radio, as it sounds pretty good.

Shame about that but I had nothing to lose. Maybe one day a suitable replacement will turn up

Thanks for your help, I appreciate it
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