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Old 29th Sep 2020, 11:39 am   #24
barrymagrec
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Default Re: Pulsynetic master clock: question about gravity arm roller.

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With my working 1930s clock there is very little play in the roller bearing.
I do have a 1960s clock in my to do pile and there is so much play it’s almost falling off. But it was still working when taken out of service.
I have my clock in the utility ,not ideal and the constant change of temperatures does muck up the accuracy.it was put they because of the noise.

“We have got used to the light clunk of all the slave clocks round the house and don’t mind them at all”

Andy
Agreed, I have a Synchronome master running a slave in each room, I have Gent C7s but they are not run constantly, far too loud clunk!
PO36 nice and quiet, just the Hipp Toggle and count wheel pawls to hear

Rob
I visited the Synchronome factory Salisbury way once, and saw the talking clock system of the time, a large mag coated drum.
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