QUESTION: i HAVE ANNO 1750 SAW CLOCK THAT IS NOT WORKING AND NEEDS REPAIR. CANE YOU DIRECT ME TO SOMEONE THAT CAN REPAIR A SAW CLOCK.
ANSWER: Is it a gravity clock?
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QUESTION: My clock is a gravity clock.
I don't know of anyone specifically that I can recommend for you. The movement in your clock is not complicated but it is a bit different than the average clock. All I can tell you is that you should find someone who has worked on them before. Sorry I can't be of more help.
I have a Linden Tellurium clock that was damaged during shipping from CT to Fl. I need someone who can repair it. Anyone who can help me please e-mail me @
Go to <local.com> on the Internet. This will provide a screen whereupon you select the city you wish to have services rendered in and the service you seek. Fill in the blanks i.e. list the city within which you reside or wish the services to be rendered. Enter "clock rep[air as the serve". You will be rewarded with a list of clock repair services in your area.
I'm some what new to Florida and have had one very bad experience with a clock repair shop. Not wanting another similar experience, I have ask neighbors who might be a good clock repair person. All said the local shop, the one I had a bad experience with.
Would you have any leads in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.
Bill, I have heard similar comments about clock repair in that area. There is someone I have used for referrals and have gotten good reports. He is:
Jarrel Thayer Valrico, FL 813.653.9104
I'd appreciate it if you will get back with me and tell me how it went.
I have a lovely old French (1900-1925?) brass carriage clock with Porcelain dial. Great shape but doesn't run. Do you know of repairman in West Michigan--Grand Rapids, Holland. Thank you.
Try this web site <local.com> This will bring to you a screen upon which you enter where you wish a service to be performed and where you wish the service you. In your case you would enter your location and the service you wish, (clock repair). Upon entry you will be rewarded by a listing of clock repair providers in your requested area. Regards WJP
I have a Dial-E3, Model-131, Movement-HL, Finish-COA4, Serial 11480. My mom fell and knocked down the clock. From what I can tell the part that the pendulum hangs on (shaft) which is part steel and part brass is broken and there is a z shaped part that this shaft hits is bent out of shape. Is it possible to still get parts for this clock. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Stan
mfg info is stamped on the back of the mechanism --need that to help
the Z shaped part should be "L" shaped with the foot of the L parallel to the floor and the pendulum leader hanging through the slot and the suspension spring ( what broke) holding the upper end of the leader and pinned to the suspension post off the top rear of the mechanism
The suspension springs break all the time and are gerneric and available at clock shops (bring the two halves if you have them --and the stamped info)
or here (probably the one):