How to change the time on a quartz, battery-operated movement.
FOR CHIMING MOVEMENTS:
Set the time by using the hand set knob only. DO NOT move the hands manually. Moving the hands manually can strip the gears resulting in the movement having to be replaced.
FOR NON-CHIMING MOVEMENTS:
You can use the hand set or you can manually move the hour hand (shorter hand) forward in a clockwise direction. DO NOT move the hour hand backwards (counter clockwise). Moving the hour hand backwards or moving the minute hand can strip the gears resulting in the movement having to be replaced.
How to Replace a Battery-operated Quartz Movement
CLICK HERE to watch a short video on how to replace a battery-operated quartz movement.
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 ...
How to remove a battery-operated, quartz movement in order to replace it.
Need to remove a battery-operated, quartz movement in order to replace it? Follow these simple steps: Remove the nut that secures the hands to the dial Gently remove the hands Remove the mounting nut the disengage the center shaft from the dial ...
I just moved the hands of my battery-operated clock forward for the time change and it doesn't work.
First replace the batteries with brand new fresh batteries. If that doesn‚Äôt work, you may have stripped the gears in the movement. Below are the proper ways to adjust the time on the battery-operated movements: FOR CHIMING MOVEMENTS: Set the time ...
How to hang a pendulum on a quartz, battery-operated floor clock.
CLICK HERE for instructions on how to properly hang a pendulum on a variety of quartz, battery-operated floor clocks. Used primarily for clocks: 615067, 615069, 615070, 615071, 615080