Suspension Spring for Vienna Regulator

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    itstommoore
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    Newbie here (to clock repair and forum), first time post!

    Had a slight accident when hanging a Vienna regulator in our new home. The clock slipped off wall mount but fortunately I was there to catch and keep it from hitting the floor. The only thing damaged was the pendulum suspension spring which broke in two pieces (please see picture below). I do not know how or where to size a new one. The spring appears to be stainless with two strips which are sandwiched between two steel plates. I have attached a picture of the broken spring which I would estimate as 1.0″ long. The end that attaches to a bracket mounted to the back of the case is .219″ tall X .312″ wide X .040″ thick with a .040″ hole for pin. The other end is .312 X .312 X .040″ thick with a .040″ pin which the pendulum hangs on. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!…Thanks, Tom

    [attachment=0:2jypz08k]19_05-20 Vienna Regulator Suspendsion Spring.pdf[/attachment:2jypz08k]

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    Picture did not post, don’t know why? Here is a second attempt in .jpg format. After looking at broken pieces and measuring with calibers and adding up dimensions I think the overall length of spring is about 17 mm, center of hole to center of pin is about 13 mm and thickness of spring is about .05 mm…..tkx, Tom

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