Can I adjust the chime volume of my mechanical clock?
No, the volume of the chime, strike, melody or "tic toc" sound is not adjustable in a mechanical clock.
How to adjust the chime tone.
The chime tone may be affected by the hammer resting on the chime rod (coil) or striking the rod (coil) off center. Although the hammers were set at the factory, it is possible for the hammers to get out of adjustment. Chime hammer arms are made of ...
How to adjust a floor clock for Daylight Savings Time
It's simple to adjust your floor clock for Daylight Savings Time, simply move the minute hand counter clockwise 1 hour to "fall back" in the Fall, or simply move the minute hand clockwise 1 hour to "spring forward" in the Spring. For mechanical ...
Battery-operated, quartz dual chime movement will not operate.
Old and exhausted batteries is the primary cause for the movement to malfunction while keeping time, playing a melody, or swinging the pendulum (on some models). Ensure that you are using brand new alkaline batteries and they are installed following ...
Why do you hear a "tic toc" sound from a clock with a mechanical movement?
All clocks with mechanical movements will have an audible "tic toc" sound due to the movement of the gears in the clock. The volume of this "tic toc" sound cannot be changed or adjusted to be louder or softer.
Mechanical clock is set to ‚Äö√Ñ√∫night off", but still chimes at night.
If your mechanical clock is set to ‚Äúnight off", but still chimes at night instead of the day, rotate the minute hand counterclockwise twelve hours. DO NOT MOVE THE HANDS WHILE THE CLOCK IS CHIMING OR STRIKING.