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I have a Plymouth electric mantel clock that is not running. I do not see a motor as such. but there is a coil of wire wound around two pieces of metal that the cord is hooked to. the coil looks over heated and one wire is pulled out. is it possible to get a replacement coil??


This is a very old clock.  The armature is located inside the coil.  If a small wire is pulled off there is really no fix to the coil.  It has to be replaced and I have not seen a coil for these units in over 20 years.  

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