What if I want to clean and oil my own clock movement?

What if I want to clean and oil my own clock movement?

Howard Miller does not recommend that you service the clock movement yourself. Contact an Authorized Howard Miller Service Center.

However, if you feel inclined, there are a variety of internet sites that offer detailed instructions to perform your own cleaning and oiling. Buy a movement oil tube here.

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