What if the weights do not drop at the same rate?
This is normal if the automatic nighttime shut-off feature or the "silent" mode is selected. If either of these features is selected, the center weight will drop at a faster rate than the other weights.
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 ...
Location of key, crank, and weights in the floor clock carton.
The key, crank, and weights are packed in a white Styrofoam carton under the clock.
How to wind a clock?
Floor Clocks with Cables and Pulleys ‚Äì Weights that are suspended by cables with pulleys should be raised by using the crank provided. DO NOT lift the weights by hand while cranking. Insert the crank into the holes located in the dial face. It does ...
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 ...
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 ...