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Suspension Springs for Schatz and Kundo Miniature 400 Day Clocks

June 11, 2011 | By | 5 Replies More
Suspension Springs for Schatz and Kundo Miniature 400 Day Clocks

On several previous posts, I noted that some Schatz miniature 400 day clocks (model 53 movement) needed a 0.0024 inch thick suspension spring (whereas the Horolovar 400 Day Clock Repair Guide specifies a 0.0023 inch spring). I just experienced this again – this week I repaired a Schatz “London Coach” 400 day clock (which has […]

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Last updated December 6, 2011

Schatz 400 Day Clock and 1000 Day Clock Suspension Units

February 18, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More
Schatz 400 Day Clock and 1000 Day Clock Suspension Units

Suspension Spring Units for Schatz 400 Day and 1000 Day Clocks Schatz clocks have a model number inside a circle on the back plate (49, 53, 54 or JUM/7). The other numbers on the back of a Schatz clock are the date code (month and year). Here are the suspension spring unit numbers for Schatz […]

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Last updated November 26, 2009

400 Day Clock Suspension Spring Sizes

July 9, 2007 | By | 73 Replies More
400 Day Clock Suspension Spring Sizes

A company called Horolovar makes suspension springs for 400 day clocks. Various thicknesses are available. If the spring is too thick the clock will gain time, and if too thin it will lose time Suspension Spring Thickness for Schatz 400 Day and 1000 Day Clocks Schatz clocks have a model number inside a circle on […]

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Last updated April 8, 2012