What is the current value of my clock?
Only a professional, trained appraiser will be able to tell you the current value of your clock. The current value of your clock will be determined by the age and condition of the clock ‚Äì including the case, dial, movement, weights and pendulum. We recommend that you contact local appraisers in your area and arrange for them to come to your home or office to appraise your clock.
Howard Miller does not maintain lists of recommended appraisers by city or state.
While not associated with us, the NAWCC affiliated appraisers can be a resource on current values. You can get additional info here:
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 set up a floor clock?
Please refer to your owner's manual for proper clock set up. It will describe how to unpack and set up your clock, hang the pendulum, hang the weights, set the moon dial, set the time and start the clock. CLICK HERE to download the manual in ...
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. ...
How to clean and maintain a clock.
Wax and polish your cabinet as frequently as you would other fine furniture. Use a good furniture polish or past wax. Apply the polish to a soft cloth ‚Äì do not spray or apply directly to the case. Do not use a silicone-based product. Use a quality ...
Can I adjust the chime volume of my mechanical clock?
No, the volume of the chime, strike, melody or "tic toc" sound is not adjustable in a mechanical clock.