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    goodgraces
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    Seeking your referrals for folks to repair a few wall clocks or replace the mechanisms on them. They’re not super valuable, but they’re vintage and have sentimental value to us.

    One c.1970s clock has a battery-powered mechanism that may just need some oiling (second hand seems to get stuck/stop moving near the same numbers). The other is a c.1950s electric-powered wall clock.

    Thanks folks!

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    Diana
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    I recommend Menashe and Sons in West Seattle: http://www.menasheandsons.com

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    maddy
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    I also recommend Menashe and Sons.

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    goodgraces
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    Thanks, I had no idea they repaired clocks! Watches, jewelry, of course. Wow, you learn something new every day.

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    Sue
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    This is an older thread, but there are some recommendations here for clock repair: http://westseattleblog.com/forum/topic/clock-repair

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