Cuckoo Help

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Upon installation of a new cuckoo clock movement this is a common issue. The Cuckoo clock door stuck open could be a number of things. Please check the following to see if it solves the issue of the door not closing all the way. If the pine cone weight that controls the cuckoo portion of the clock is not heavy… View Product

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Issues with the strike quantity on a cuckoo clock is a common ailment upon setting up a new movement. The clock will strike 12 o’clock and then 12 again at 1 o’clock or something like this. This has to do with the mechanical components behind the clock dial. Remove the hands and dial to get to that section of the… View Product

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Installing the cuckoo clock hands bought from clockworks.com starts with removing the old hands. To remove the cuckoo hands you will only need a pair of needle nose pliers. While holding the minute hand still (longer of the two hands) while you loosen the minute hand nut with the pliers. Turning the hand nut in the counter clockwise direction while… View Product

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When the new cuckoo clock movement will not go into striking mode for the hours. The bird will not come out and the clock will not indicate what time it is with the cuckoo call. Here are some guidelines on what to check in this situation. There is a wire above the cuckoo door that locks it into the closed… View Product