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    Posted 9 years ago

    ticktockti…
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    This is my rather nice looking transistor wall clock. It was made around the 50's or 60's, as the transistor movements were popular. This is an early one compared to the clocks made in the 70's. This clock was purchased at a flea market, as I was rooting through a box of various items and I just thought that it looked nice. The only "problem" I suppose, with this clock is that the hands are very lose on it. I tried many things but in vain, so any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      Are they slot-cut for the shafts or press?
    2. ticktocktime100 ticktocktime100, 9 years ago
      Hi,
      Im afraid I do not quite see what you mean. The little hand goes on the axle and the big hand screw into a hole at the top of it. I hope this explanation is clear enough for you, thanks!

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