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I purchased a Legant wall clock, made in 1978.  The suspension spring on the pendulum rod was broken, looks like it was twisted off.  Can I replace this myself? How does it connect to the movement?

LeGant's used a Korean made movement and none of the parts suppliers will have a replacement spring for it. You may have to find one on eBay that can be scrapped for parts. A repairman counld make a new spring for it but it's difficult to find one that will service Asian made movements.

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Steve Guthrie C.C.


A.W.C.I. Certified Clockmaker with 35 years of experience. I can answer clock repair or maintenance related questions. Please don't expect answers advising the use of bubble gum, bailing wire or WD-40. I only give advice that is meant to preserve your clock in the best possible condition, not make it worse. No questions regarding clock value or identification. I am not a collector and cannot do valuations. Visit my website at:


Clock repairman in the north Texas area for 35 years. Certification as a Clockmaker through the AWCI since 1986.


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