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    I have a bracket mantle clock, (over 30 years old) it quit working. Took to a repair shop.
    Over $550 to get a new movement from Germany...
    Since it has sentimental value(a wedding present to my wife)that repair is out of my budget.
    Was wondering if a quartz movement would be a good replacement,and a lot less expensive, would be an alternative? Would this work?
    Thanks for your comments.
    Rob
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  • #2
    There are some good quarts movement ,with or with out chimes.and I would make sure it isn't an insert.so that you don't have to worry about damageing the clocks oridgeal looks.
    I like the chime movemants rhat have a speaker attachment.

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    • #3
      I'd look around more for someone that can repair it. My theory is if it can be made it can be fixed. I hate those guys with the automatic have to have a new one attitude. They usually can tell right away to and I don't understand that. I'm always so soft spoken and subtle.
      Just thought I would chime in even if it was untimely and a bit cuckoo.
      TIME to WATCH what I say and PUNCH out
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      • #4
        Hi Rob, I also had a very old clock that quit working. I couldn't afford a new movement or the reparation of it at that moment, so I took out all of it and kept it safe in a box...replaced it by a quartz movement and it still works fine.... You could do that too and look around for another repair shop or a person who can fix that clock. If you know the brand of the movement send a mail to Germany yourself....could be a lot cheaper...
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        • #5
          Thanks for your suggestions, I got a hold of a guy from one of the clock parts company.
          Need to send him dimensions,he will try to find a match, in quartz movement.

          I am also looking for a freelancer, who could work without all the overhead of a bigger co.

          Sure do like the clock, it is really nicely built, just did not want to abandon it.
          Thanks again
          Rob
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          you want to see in the world...

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