Link. Discussion in '400-Day & Atmos' started by paul161201, Jun 25, 2012. Well the first part anyway – stripping down a 400 day anniversary clock and suspension spring assembly.
MIV : Kern Midget 44mm x 54mm 21mm gap: Winder on the left side. Anniversary Clock Identification pages that will help you identify the maker or manufacturer of a 400 day (torsion) clock and the model and identify the suspension wire, unit and key that it uses. Horolovar offers the world's largest selection of original 400 day anniversary clock parts. 44mm x 54mm. Refer to 'Anniversary Clock Identification' by Mervyn Passmore: Kern K.u.S. Thinking more about it, I don't believe Kern used adjustable stones and they can't be adjusted high enough to freewheel. Shop with confidence. Find great deals on eBay for kern anniversary clock and koma anniversary clock. Kern Anniversary clock. MIV: Winder on the right side of the back-plate, marked with the KS logo or K.u.S. All Atmos Clock Parts; All Anniversary Clock Parts; All Cuckoo Clock Parts; All Golden Hour Clock Parts; All Hermle Clock Parts; All Kieninger Clock Parts; All Tall Case Clock Parts; All Urgos Clock Parts That partnership dissolved in 1932, with Kern continuing to produce clocks under his name alone until 1937, when he formed Kern & Sohne with his sons. Having read my previous blog article (of course!) Anniversary Clock Identification by Mervyn Passmore To help you identify your clock, Mervyn Passmore has released some pre-publication pages from his forthcoming book 'Anniversary Clock Identification' due to be published at the end of 2009. Often marked K.u.S. Featured below are reproductions of sought after parts that are difficult to impossible to find, as well as some select original parts we'd like you to know we have. PI : Kern Miniature 44mm x 60mm x 20mm gap, left-hand winder, eccentric nut Give us a call, or send an email, and we‘ll be glad to help find just what you need. The following pages should help you identify your clock, but please remember that these pages on repairing your own carriage clock you will have seen that was not for the feint hearted and niether is this – its pretty advanced for a beginner. Karl Kern purchased Kienzle Clock Factories' tools and dies in 1929, and began producing mechanical anniversary clocks with partner J.
The main spring is either fully wound or it is frozen, cannot get it to move with the key. Everything else seems to be functioning normally. I have a Kern anniversary clock, it runs 45 minutes and stops (it is consistently 45 minutes, must have restarted it 30 times by now.