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Date:         Fri, 31 Mar 2000 21:22:14 -0800
Reply-To:     Garrett Adams <gadams@JPS.NET>
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From:         Garrett Adams <gadams@JPS.NET>
Subject:      Analog dash clock
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Has anyone with an analog clock that quit working been able to bring it back to life?

A couple of years ago I pulled the instrument cluster and checked the leads going to the clock and applied a little oil to the exposed part of the shaft. However not knowing what to expect I didn't want to disassemble it further and risk making things worse.

Garrett Adams 83.5 Adventurewagen GL Stockton, California

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