<VV> Tach Fix

jvhroberts at aol.com jvhroberts at aol.com
Sun May 7 13:41:45 EDT 2017


 A few things:

1. Find a clock guy, and clean the movement. 
2. Make sure the hairsprings are OK. 
3. There is a zeroing mechanism, but if it's this far off, there's probably something wrong with the springs. Again, see if a clock guy can do something. 

Otherwise, check out one of these shops:


John Roberts


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Subject: <VV> Tach Fix

Any tricks to getting a tach to go to zero when the engine is shut of?  It stops at 2,000 RPM.
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