Geochron World Clock > Service
Occasionally the Geochron will need a new light bulb, the glass gets
cracked, the map is out of date or after 10 years or so, the entire
unit may need a refurbishment. All of these instances are a fairly
New lighting materials such as fluorescent bulbs, FS-2 starters and ballasts, a new up-to-date map, or even instructions on how to send your Geochron back to the factory for our Refurbishment Program can be found here.
Some self-service can seem easy, and in several cases it is. For example, the lighting fixture is designed so it can easily be taken out of the unit. The map, on the other hand is an endless Mylar belt upon which are three continuous printed maps of the world, together with legal time zone boundaries and arrows. At the seams, the ends are joined by a special Mylar adhesive tape. The map is translucent and has sprocket holes at the lower edge. It is engaged by sprocket wheels which are part of the roller assembly supporting the map.
One sprocket wheel has a molded gear on its underside which is engaged by the map drive motor assembly. The process of changing a map can be done at home, but it isn't recommended.
|Original Geochron||Contemporary Geochron||Boardroom Geochron||Designer Geochron|
34 1/2" x 22 3/8" x 5"
|34 1/2" x 22 3/8" x 5"||36 1/4" x 24 3/8" x 5"||36 1/4" x 24 3/8" x 5"|
|$1,995.00 (free s/h)||$2,695.00 - 2,795.00 (free s/h)||$2,995.00 (free s/h)||$4,395.00 (free s/h)|
Call Toll-free 1 (877)822-9889 10:00 am-5:30 pm Eastern Standard Time Monday-Saturday with questions about Geochron
317 East Dodds Street,
Bloomington, IN 47401
10:00 am-5:30 pm EST (10:00-17:30)