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AJANTA wall clock : Musical & Pendulum M.No.-427 wall clock connections.

I have one ajanta Musical & Pendulum M.No.-427 wall clock and recently it stops its musical function coz all wire connection related to music section goes disconnected. and i cant figureout which connection to connect where and i dont have a same wall clock available to see the connections.

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It is more likely that your input jack component is broken or damage you would have to take it apart because your circuit board may need a look at to check for damage and you will need a new input jack

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