Re: [DML] Console clock- update
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Re: [DML] Console clock- update



My clock has also failed, but by running at about 10x speed (flux 
capacitor?!??).  An inspection revealed no obvious damage, and 
re-soldiering the components yielded nothing.  I did note that the 
upper-right corner you spoke of gets very hot, about 130 degrees according 
to my IR pyrometer.  I assume that's normal, but part of what "ages" that 
corner of the clock.

I'm guessing my clock crystal has flipped, so for now I'm just leaving it 
unplugged.


Gus Schlachter
VIN #4695
Austin, Texas


dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 07/16/2005 06:17:02 PM:

> Okay...I took the time to take my clock out and see why it does not 
work. I
> think I figured out why but was wondering if I can fix mine or just buy 
a
> new one. All 4 wires are in place and look fine. However, about 20 
percent






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