Copyright © 1995-2021 Michael P. Murray & Mike's Clock Clinic Mike's Clock Clinic Memberships: NAWCC 1600 Maryland Avenue Myrtle Point, OR 97458-1508 Phone: 541-559-1090Respectfully, Michael P. Murray Memberships Include: National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors An Internet private E-mailing list called Clocksmiths N.A.W.C.C. National 400-day Clock Chapter # 168 A service from, E-mail address: Mike@telechron.us Mike Murray Founder of Clocksmiths A specialist in Atmos and 400-day clock repair. Also, I overhaul most plug in electric clocks. In continuous service since 04/01/1982. Mike's Clock Clinic Memberships: Clocksmiths & NAWCC 1600 Maryland Avenue Myrtle Point, OR 97458-1508 Phone: 541-559-1090 My main Web site is located at http://www.atmosman.com/ Main FTP site is located at http://www.atmosman.com/earthpdf.html Memberships: Clocksmiths; NAWCC N.A.W.C.C. International 400-day Clock Chapter # 168 Published in Chapter 168's "Torsion Times" Published in AWCI's "Horological Times" Formally AWCI's 400-day (Anniversary) clock Bench Course Instructor!
Please do NOT call or E-mail unless you have read this entire Web pageE-mail address: Mike@telechron.us (Preferred contact method)
I can convert any "B-3" Telechron rotor into a 60 RPM rotor using a rotor from my stock.
I can use an old "B-3" Telechron rotor and switch it to a 60 RPM and transfer the shaft from your old rotor to the newly refurbished rotor. These rotor are made with nickel shells and copper plates, which should last about 3 to 5 times longer than the fiber plates in the aluminum rotors. All external dimensions are identical. All aluminum "B" rotors are replacement rotors. Meaning that they were manufactured after your clock was made in order to save production costs on replacements. This would cost $300.00 per unit plus $15.00 priority mail (Canada is $40.00) because I'd have to cut an old rotor open and clean it up and then switch the gears and then cut your old rotor open in order to transfer your output shaft over to the former 1 RPM rotor. My turnaround is 6 to 8 weeks for motor/rotor service, 6 to 8 months if the clock is sent with the motor/rotor, and 8 to 12 months for a movement overhaul. Expedited service take about 2 weeks for motor/rotor service, one month if the clock is sent with motor/rotor. Expedited service adds $100.00 unless it is a movement overhaul then the movement overhaul labor is doubled. These would still be stamped with the original information and I would hand scribe that it is now a 60 RPM rotor and should be stored with some type of explanation, so that any future person would not assume these were 1 RPM rotors.
For return shipping I use USPS for all shipping. If you want to use another carrier then you will have to arrange everything for shipping, meaning I hand the box to the driver, get a receipt and nothing else.
I would like payment by, certified check, personal check, business check, or through Pay Pal or Square, which is the only way I take credit cards. I do prefer a check over Pay Pal or Square because Pay Pal and Square take 3%. The 3% is added to the total bill if you use a credit card. With either Pay Pal or Square, I will send an invoice to your E-mail address. Here you are dealing directly with either service and not me. You do not have to be a member of Pay Pal or Square in order to issue a payment but the 3% will be added to your total bill. All of the added fees are exactly what either service charges me for taking your credit card.
My main Web site is located at http://www.atmosman.com/ Main FTP site is located at http://home.earthlink.net/~atmosman/earthpdf.html