Need help with an electro-mechanical clock from a 1954 Cadillac

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    Need help with an electro-mechanical clock from a 1954 Cadillac

    I am new to this forum so I hope I am in the correct area for my question. It has run for years, but just recently in began to make a stuttering sound. It is out now and I have been on it for days so I'm reasonably familiar with it. The lever that spans the two coils that also has the main spring winding pawl on it should recock every few minutes when the contacts touch. Instead it continues to go back and forth not staying reset. I have two of these clocks. My most presentable one and another but they both do the same thing. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Jim

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    Re: Need help with an electro-mechanical clock from a 1954 Cadillac

    I would post this again at the 'clock world' forum here. My watchmaker fixed the electro clock from my Lincoln, it seemed a simple job as these clocks are fairly basic.

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