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Username Post: New haven clock going too fast        (Topic#348571)
Babyblue57 
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Babyblue57
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12-06-17 07:03 AM - Post#2717049    

Hi guys, been having this issue for ever. My original New Haven Clock un my 57 goes too fast, like in 1 hr it’s 15 mins ahead of time. How can I tune it for proper timing?


Old Chevies never die, they just GET FASTER!!!


 

raycow 
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12-06-17 10:27 AM - Post#2717069    
    In response to Babyblue57

Does your clock have an adjustment screw marked "S----F"?

Ray

Those who choose an automatic transmission want transportation. Those who choose a manual transmission want to drive.


 
acardon 
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12-06-17 11:28 AM - Post#2717083    
    In response to Babyblue57

Your signature says it all.
"Old Chevies never die, they just GET FASTER!!!"

Page 5 of " Owners Manual."

Don
66 Corvair (driving)
57 2dr HT (driving)
56 2dr HT (waiting to be restored)


Edited by acardon on 12-06-17 11:33 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
radioheaterwsw tires 
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Reg: 08-24-14
12-06-17 04:47 PM - Post#2717111    
    In response to acardon

There is a fast, slow adjustment in the New Haven clock. You can access it thru a hole in the back cover. I find it easier to remove the back cover and observe the screw used to adjust the fast/slow. Can't remember which way you turn the screw to go faster or slow it down. The adjusting screw is not marked inside the clock.



 
radioheaterwsw tires 
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12-08-17 02:47 PM - Post#2717334    
    In response to radioheaterwsw tires

Forgot to mention that there's a little rubber plug that needs to be removed to see the adjusting screw. Mine was old and looked dried out so I put a little oil on it remove it.




 

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