I think i "screwed" up. I screwed back the quarter screws as well and I don't think they are quarter screws. Plan B is to screw them back in and turn out the meantime screws one or two more turns...add washers if I have more than 3 turns as recommended and see where I get. BTW, I'm doing this with the balance in place but hold it carefully with tweezers. Any issue there? Sent from my GT-N5110 using Tapatalk
"William Goffe, Watchmaker and Chronometer maker to his Majesty’s Packets, is listed in as working at The Moor, Falmouth c. 1800 in Cornish Clocks and Clockmakers [H. Miles Brown]. He is listed as a London maker in Baillie’s Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World. "
Source -> https://lapada.org/art-and-antiques/domestic-regulator-longcase-clock-by-goffe-falmouth/
Keep us posted with your progress.
Hmm tricky.. they both look as though the hairspring may not be entirely flat, but the pictures are not that clear.
The one that doesn't run, does the balance swing freely, and does the fork move back and forth (albeit for a short period before it stops)?
Try that first, don't oil just yet, and lets see if they actually run.