15 Photos - Nov 19, 2013
Photo: Photo: Ugly screw-in bushing on rear time second gear pivot. The bushing is too long, the pivot (the steel end of the shaft) should protrude from the bushing.Photo: Ugly screw-in bushing on rear time second gear pivot. The bushing is too long, the pivot (the steel end of the shaft) should protrude from the bushing.Photo: Ugly screw-in bushing on rear time second gear pivot. The bushing is too long, the pivot (the steel end of the shaft) should protrude from the bushing.Photo: The bushing on the rear time 4th gear pivot is also too long. These screw-in bushings are a shortcut and should NOT be used!Photo: The bushing on the rear time 4th gear pivot is also too long. These screw-in bushings are a shortcut and should NOT be used!Photo: Inside of the hole where the large screw-in bushing was on the time 2nd gear. The large burr that was thrown up when the bushing was installed put pressure on the shaft, causing the clock not to run.Photo: Another view of the burr around the time 2nd gear pivot hole. The screw-in bushing was done by a previous clock repairer without taking the clock apart. A bad way to repair a clock!Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: