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I've got a couple of clocks for a 69. One is a standard and one is a quartz conversion. Neither has the time setting stem. I do have a loose stem, so I thought I'd remove the clocks from their cases to see how the stem is held in place. I'm at a loss. The end of the stem is splined as if it should fit into something in there, but there is no mechanism in either clock for it to fit into.

Is there supposed to be a gear or something on the end of the stem?

Help! :confused:
 

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Yes, the splined set-stem fits into a pinion gear, sounds like yours is lost.
 

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Dang. Missing from both clocks.

The original style clock is pretty much history in there. The bakelight (is that what you call it?) piece is broken in two and all the parts kinda move around freely.

The quartz converted one works great. Just have to figure out a way to set it. Guess I could hook up a switch in the power feed and flip it "on" at the right moment. ;)
 
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