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Old 1st Dec 2021, 2:02 pm   #3
19Seventy7
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Default Re: Bush flip clock (Bush CR232)

You're right about the mains voltage, it is tapped off just before the mains enters the transformer on the diagram. When I first got it I researched it and the mechanism used was known to dry up, so I'm hoping it's that, and they wires got cut to use the radio. I'd only given it a couple of drops of clock oil so should be okay, it is moving quite freely, so I think I'm okay on that front. Hopefully!

I have continuity through the motor which is good, my meter could tell me that much.

I've uploaded the pictures, should they be of help.

Thanks
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