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    Posted 1 year ago

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    Hi I am interested in getting this ingram electric wall clock repaired.
    I would greatly appreciate any information as to whom i should contact for information.
    Is it possible? Thank you in advance.

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    1. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 1 year ago
      So pretty and cheerful...nice clock.
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 1 year ago
      Google will be your friend to start to help get it repaired, depending on your locale and what might actually be wrong with it such that it (apparently) doesn't work now. Electric clocks of this vintage (most generally I add -- not any sort of "expert advice" here) are not complicated machines and there are many ways (good, bad, or otherwise) to make it 'keep time' again whether a matter of fixing it 'as is' (preferred, such to retain its original movement mechanisms) or replacing everything behind its hands entirely (not preferred) and all that mostly depends on how much you'd be willing to invest in it. The Ingram name on it (besides the fact that it's just cute as heck anyways) makes me tend to wanna think the former might be the best route to try...again, that's just me. FUN CLOCK anyways about it -- if I already didn't have my own choice of half a dozen other 'cute kitchen clocks' to choose from, I'd want one like that one too!! <LOLOL>

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