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Refurbishment

Clock Refurbishment

During the course of performing a service or repair operation it may be discovered that the whole movement is so badly worn or damaged that it is in the customer’s best interest to replace it entirely. Replacing a movement in a modern clock with one of the specifications is an entirely acceptable procedure and should not be confused with the undesirable act of destroying an antique clock by substituting an improper movement or sometimes the unforgivable act of replacing with a battery operated one. One advantage to replacing the movement is that the cost of labor and the cost of the movement can be computed quickly and accurately in most cases.


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