Posted April 13, 2016 by Esslinger Staff
Use this diagram to help you identify common clock parts found on a quartz clock movement and to understand the general assembly. Whether you want to make a clock or you’re replacing the movement of a broken clock, both can be easily installed with very little experience. The different parts of a clock can vary depending on the type of clock movement installed, this example shows a common mini quartz movement that has a threaded mounting shaft (post) and is powered by an AA battery.
For help selecting the correct quartz clock movement see our article How To Determine a Quartz Clock Movements Shaft Size.