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Clock - 1939 Six
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I am in the process of completing some work on my clock and need to put it back in soon. It was partially unhooked when I got it and there were some loose fuses near. Were these placed in-line before to protect the clock or am I making some errant assumptions? If anyone has pics to help that would be appreciated. Thanks.

Posted on: 9/27 19:02
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Re: Clock - 1939 Six

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Yes, there should be a dedicated inline fuse before the clock. It's to prevent a meltdown in the event the points on the winding mechanism stick.

Posted on: 9/27 19:26

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