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  1. Thanks for the reply and your advise . I guess that I will leave it as a decorative piece for now.
  2. Thanks for the reply. I suspect that the coil may be the problem. Everything seems to be loose enough. Don't know enough about these things to be sure. I see that you own a couple of Pierce Arrows. My late mother in law worked at Pierce during the 1930's. Here is a photo of her modeling one of their cars for the 1933 auto show.
  3. I have a clock that I want to mount in a wood case and run it with a battery. It has a magnetically operated lever which has springs and a racheting gear. When the lever runs reaches the top and runs out of tension, a set of points close to operate the magnetic coil and draw down the lever. I tried using a regular 9 volt battery to operate the coil but it moves the lever only slightly. What would I need to do to get the clock to run on batteries or maybe a plug in ac/dc transformer? Thank for any information that you can provide.
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