Instructions for Japanese Quartz Chime Clock Movement Model MT-13005

Movement model number MT-13005, made in Japan. This movement has a number of buttons for setting the time and chime, below are scans of the four page instruction sheet. The movement dimensions are 4 inches by 3 7/16 inches. The instruction sheet has a date code 79.5.1 (May 1, 1979).

The back of the movement is labeled:

TOCHIGI TOKEI CO., LTD.
NO(0) JEWELS
UNADJUSTED
JAPAN

The movement has these numbers stamped in ink in the battery compartment:

13005
9031

The movement uses one D cell.

NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT ASK ME IF I HAVE THIS MOVEMENT FOR SALE. IT IS NO LONGER BEING MADE, AND I DON’T SELL MOVEMENTS AND PARTS. THE FOLLOWING PLACE SELLS MOVEMENTS: www.clockworks.com


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61 comments

  1. You are a godsend. My wife inherited this clock from her parents and the chime has been bonging 10 minutes early for the last year. Hopefully we can fix that now.

  2. I am looking for a Tochigi Tokei quarta bim bam strike pendulum clock movement. Anyone have one for sale

  3. I have a cross wall clock I really enjoy that is older and it hasn’t worked for a while. The mechanism says it is a tochigi tokei co. ltd No (0) Jewels unadjusted. The number stamped in the battery compartment is 28507E.
    Would you know where and how I could get a replacement that would work for my clock?

  4. Hello,.
    I have a quartz tochigitoket j r wels 1/2 w 20404
    Tmmo.
    I need a battery for my clock I cannot find anything on this one .

  5. Phil, I also have a (broken) clock mechanism with the same numbers, “30601L 7013R”. Have you any luck in finding a replacement?
    Thanks!
    Martin

  6. I also have a Japanese Quartz Chime Clock Movement Model MT-13005 in a Sunbeam clock which no longer works. Can you recommend a replacement movement for this clock?

  7. I have a Tochigi Tokei co clock that is in a piece my wife received from her mother. The movement has stopped working and I am attempting to find a replacement. In the compartment for a AA battery are the numbers “30601L 7013R”. Any suggestions?
    Thank you,
    Phil

  8. This article is greatly appreciated! I never thought the instructions were available. Thank you!

  9. I have a Tokyo Tokei mantle clock. It runs a little slow. There is some kind of control on the back which has a plus at one end and a minus at the other and gradation marks in between . There is a little slide device that lifts an internal glass cover over the gradations. Do you know if I should raise this and use something to shift the little bar inside towards the plus sign?
    Thank you
    Allan

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