What if my pendulum hits the weights?
The pendulum may hit the weights if it is twisted or if the clock is not level. Pendulums can get twisted in shipping or by handling. Howard Miller suggests wearing cotton gloves or using a soft non-abrasive cloth when handling the pendulum. To ...
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
What if my mechanical floor clock will not operate?
Ensure that all of the packing material has been removed. If the clock is a pendulum type, ensure that the spring clip or rubber band has been removed from the back of the movement. Try re-starting your clock. For pendulum clocks, it is important to ...
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. ...
How to prepare a floor clock to be moved.
Care should be taken whenever you move your clock to ensure that all accessory parts such as pendulum, weights, etc. are removed and packed properly to prevent damage. Use cotton gloves or a soft cloth when handling the pendulum or weights. For ...