Premium Chime Clock Movement QU40

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Premium Chime Clock Movement

Best sound quality on the market. This unit will chime as if it was a big grandfather clock. Also has volume control and an automatic night silence option. Please scroll down on this page to read all about it.

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Chiming Pendulum Quartz Clock Movements - Replace, or improve an existing pendulum quartz clock. Or build your own clock creation. - Clockworks 
Chiming QuartzAssembly DiagramMovement RemovalQuartz InstallationMovement MeasuringMeasuring Post LengthsDefinitions
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Quartz Clock Movement Removal

This note explains quartz clock movement removal from the case. The following does not apply to quartz units made in Germany or inserts. To remove the movement, need access to the back of the clock and the front side of the clock dial. There are so many case designs it would not be possible to cover all of the different variations. The clock case went to together so it comes apart. It may take a bit of probing but there is always a way to take it apart because it went together.

Getting access to the dial area

There are many case designs and styles and there is no way for us to know how the current specific clock went together. Most of the time the removal process is very easy but of course there are some instances where it is not user friendly. Thus, it is on the users end to be able to access the dial and movement area to continue with the swap out.

Clock hand removal

Quartz clock movement removal always needs the hands to come off first. There are two reasons for this. First, need to have access to the hardware that mounts the movement. Second, there is no way to take get the movement out of the clock if the hands are still on it. They certainly will not fit through the hole in the clock.

Quartz Clock Movement Removal - Minute hand

Quartz clock movements have two styles of minute hands. One style has a nut that holds it in place and the other