I have a sandstone (American aboriginal) Indian carving with a clock
and a bi-metal (rotating pointer) thermometer in it.
I was able to find a replacement battery-powered clock mechanism.
But I've had no luck with replacing the bi-metal thermometer.
It's completely hosed... indicates 0 to +65 (°F) when the real range
was 40 to 65 °F.
I was pondering an electronic replacement with some kind of
low-powered indicator (such as the fuel gauges in old GM products).
Any ideas... design, procurement, etc.?
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