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Clock repairs

I think that glue, at best, will simply move the stress to another point on the arm, and before long it will break again.

My idea is for a permanent solution: tying or glueing a rigid metal plate or bar along the top of the arm should protect it from the tensional stress that does the damage. It's possible that wood could be used instead of metal, but it's only in the past few days that I've come up with this idea, and I haven't opened up a clock to study how practical it may be.

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