Chimes or strike of a weight-driven clock seem fast or slow.
If you feel that the chimes or strike of your weight-driven clock seem exceptionally fast or slow, you may have the weights hanging in the wrong positions.
The proper position of each weight as you are facing your clock is labeled on the bottom of each weight.
What if my mechanical clock will not chime or strike?
Check that the strike on/off lever in not in the ‚Äústrike off‚Äù position or halfway between positions. Check that the movement is not in the ‚Äúnight off‚Äù position. Be sure that all the packing material is removed from the movement area. You ...
Mechanical clock is slow or stopping.
If your mechanical clock operated fine for several years but now is slow or stopping, it is likely that your clock movement needs maintenance. Cleaning and oiling are not covered under warranty. An Authorized Service Center should be contacted. ...
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.
What if my mechanical clock does not strike the correct hour?
If the clock is new, allow it to operate for several hours before making any adjustments. If the strike is off, grasp the HOUR HAND ONLY and rotate it forward or backward to line up with the correct hour on the dial indicated by the number of times ...
How to adjust the time speed of a floor clock.
Changing the speed of time keeping is accomplished by moving the pendulum disk up or down. This is done by turning the adjustment nut at the bottom of the pendulum. To slow the clock down, lower the disk by turning the adjustment nut to the left. ...