I don't recall having to disassemble the clock, that is, remove the hands.

Dan

On Jul 13, 2014, at 4:21 PM, Jim Cathey via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com> 
wrote:

>> Anyhow after replacing it, the clock is kaput.
>> Electrolytic caps?  How gnarly of a job is it?
> 
> The worst part is getting the hands off of the clock, IIRC.
> Two spoons, used as levers.  (Bowls as fulcra.)  This should
> help avoid breaking things.  You can take this opportunity
> to repaint the needles if they're faded.  IIRC a good color
> match is "tangerine".  This assumes you can solder without
> killing things, but as soldering goes it's a pretty easy one.
> 
> -- Jim
> 
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