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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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The type of springs that are wound in a brass barrel enclosure is known as a Hole End Mainspring. First, measure the Hole End Mainspring by taking the spring out of the brass clock movement barrel. Then the mainspring has to come out of the brass barrel in order to measure it. There is no other way to do this… View Product

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There are three basic categories for types of clock pendulums. These are lyres, wood sticks and brass rods. Mantle clocks have very short pendulums which use a mantle bob. This section will not discuss these types of pendulums. Instead, search the keywords mantle bob if working with a mantle clock. This will bring up the correct product for mantle clocks…. View Product

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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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When a clock mainspring breaks the impact can cause damage to the movement. This damage would be within the parts of the gear train itself. It is possible that the pivots that go into the outer plates or the arbors have bent. So it is best to check the clock movement’s condition before ordering a clock mainspring. If working with… View Product

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For a Hole-End Clock Mainspring replacement-service, all you have to do is send clockworks the clock barrel. Once we have the barrel, the old spring will be taken out. Then it is just a matter of installing the new mainspring. When sending in the mainspring, be please sure to leave the Hole-End clock mainspring within that barrel. The price for… View Product

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Often a clock mainspring barrel can be taken out without disassembling the clock movements outer plates, on Hermle or Kieninger clock movements. The mainspring will also still stay inside the barrel. The mainspring let down tool allows the release of the mainspring with the fist rather than the fingers. Put the mainspring let down tool over the square post the… View Product

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Barrel Number Mainspring Dimensions MM 10 17 x .45 x 1490 11 17 x .42 x 1500 20 & 56 17 x .38 x 1200 21 & 50 17 x .40 x 1200 31 12 x .34 x 1150 32 12 x .42 x 1100 33 12 x .32 x 1150 40 17 x .38 x 1100 41 21 x… View Product

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The following is a Double-End Clock-Key F-S Note that will be very handy. Some clocks have a small place that looks like a mini clock winding arbor at the 12. It may say F/S or A/R. The F/S represents fast or slow, and the A/R represents advance or retard. This controls the timing of the clock and turning it to… View Product

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We now only offer the complete clock chime-block and rods. The rods are a press fit into the chime-block by machines and it is difficult to get a single rod out. Other times there are threads that go into the block but have such a secure tight fit, you cannot remove them. Trying to do so would result in more… View Product

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The first step in purchasing a new chime block is to determine the chime block style that is in the clock. The Styles are side, bottom and back strike. Figure out which style you need. Then, count how many rods are in the chime block. Measure through the chime block to get the length of the longest rod. Correspondingly, find… View Product

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Mechanical clock keys is the clock part that is most frequently lost. Once the clock key is no longer with the clock it always seems to end up missing. With the below information you can order a new key utilizing the clock key size chart. We have mechanical clock keys in all the sizes available. Between the key chart or… View Product