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    jdp020351
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    Hello group, it’s been a while since I posted last .
    I was lucky enough to find an Atmos clock at our local pawn shop for a very good price and could not pass it up.
    My question is, has any one had any experience with these clocks and/or are there any good books on the repair and/or fine tuning these clocks and the tools I might need?

    It looks and operates very similar to my 400 day clocks which I understand pretty well, however I hear these clocks are very sensitive and very expensive to have repaired.

    Thanking everyone in advance
    Jerry




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    Bob Tascione
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    Nice collection Jerry!
    I know just enough about Atmos to sometimes keep me out of trouble and I stress the word sometimes!
    If you haven’t been to Mike Murrays site then you may want to check it out. Mike is an authority on these clocks. He did offer a course in their repair but not sure if that’s still available. There’s a lot of good info at his site though. If you scroll down his page you’ll find a lot of links to some good info. Also make sure to check out the ftp files link at the upper half of the page.
    Here’s the link:
    http://www.atmos-man.com/

    Hope this helps!
    Bob

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    jdp020351
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    thanks Bob. I appreciate the help. I’ll let you know how things go
    Jerry

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