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Clockworks Clock Repair E-Book

Clockworks Clock Repair E-Book

$15.00

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The success of this Clockworks Clock Repair E-Book is from the simplicity in the answers and the ease of use. Clock owners can solve simple problems that arise with their clock. The topics you see below are the actual topics that are on the cover page of the E-Book.

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Clock Repair E-Book

Downloadable Ebook that includes the following topics:
The success of this Clockworks Clock Repair E-Book is from the simplicity in the answers and the ease of use. This will make it very easy for the clock owner to solve simple problems that may arise when there is an issue with the clock.
The topics you see below are the actual topics that are presented on the cover page of the E-Book. Please review them and see if this E-Book will help you. You will find this very helpful in solving many different clock repair issues and questions on cleaning and oiling a movement.
Weight Driven Clock Repair
Weight Driven
  • Introduction
  • Putting it "In Beat"
  • Ticks ok but stops
  • No tick tock sound
  • Quarter chime is off
  • Cleaning - Assembled
  • Cleaning - Disassembled
  • Reassembling the works
  • Repair methods
  • Replacing with a new movement
Spring Driven clock repair
Spring Driven
  • Introduction
  • Putting it "In Beat"
  • Ticks ok but stops
  • No tick tock sound
  • Working with mainsprings
  • Chiming the wrong time
  • Setting quarter chimes
  • Cleaning - Assembled
  • Cleaning - Disassembled
  • Reassembling the works
  • Repair methods
  • Replacing with a new movement
400 Day Clock Repair
Anniversary Clocks
  • Introduction
  • Setting up the clock
  • Changing Suspensions
  • Putting it "In Beat"
  • Cleaning the Movement
  • Reassembling the works
cuckoo clock repair
Cuckoo Clocks
  • Introduction
  • Parts Check
  • Checking for Wear
  • Replacing Bellows
  • Replacing Bellow Cloth
  • Putting it "In Beat"
  • Not Cuckooing at the Right Time
  • Cuckooing the Wrong Amount
  • Movement Removal and Installation
  • New Cuckoo Set-Up
  • Changing the Hands
  • Cleaning the Movement
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Robert Zunde
Robert Zunde
3 months ago

I have a Ridgeway manufactured in 1987 with clock mechanism 451-033, 114cm, 80. Chimes do not ring. Use to get at least one tone on the quarters, now nothing. Everything else works. Any ideas as to what I might need to look at? Thank you.

Robert Zunde
Robert Zunde
3 months ago

Thank you. I will look into doing that.

Jacome
Jacome
8 months ago

Hi. I read somewhere that clock gears should not be oiled, particularly if brass. I have a Hermle spring clock that stops after a few minutes. I’ve cleaned it and oiled the spindles but not the gears. Could dry gears be the culprit? Thanks.

Arlene
Arlene
11 months ago

I entered wrong emAil so I am reposting. What areas on a grandfather clock do you repair. I have looked at the topics on your ebook but not sure it covers this. Thank you

Arlene
Arlene
11 months ago

How do you oil a grandfather clock without disassembling. What areas do you oil

Jacome
Jacome
8 months ago

Thanks. I’ve read that, in general, gears shouldn’t be oiled, particularly brass ones. I have a newly cleaned Hermle movement that stops after a few minutes, with oiled plate holes but no oil on gears. Could dry gears be the culprit?

Mary Newby Plakorus
Mary Newby Plakorus
1 year ago

I tried to download my ebook but it didn’t download the entire book. Is it possible to resend it bay packing list #230155. 2021-08-01 I paid $15.00. Thank you.

Chuck Shork
Chuck Shork
1 year ago

Have a New England Grand Father clock with Hermle 1161-853-AS movement. The clock works fine but does not chime. Center weight moves down when operating but the other weights do not move. Have tried all 3 chimes songs with no success. Am I missing something?