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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With only limited information provided about your type of actual antique clock this symptom has to conclude that your clock is a non self correcting style.
Step one: Ensure clock is striking the hour. during the time of the hour strike quickly move the minute hand to the hour.
Step two: Move to the half hour allow to strike, move hand to hour allow to strike then move the hour hand to align with the correct count.
Step three: Stop the clock until the correct time has been achieved and start clock OR strike ever hour and half hour until clock is set to the correct time.
Hope this tip guides you to a solution for your clock.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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Take the batteries out from the base, where the chime mechanism is. Wait till it gets close (20 seconds till) to a specific hour time, like 8:00 or 9:00, replace the batteries for the chime mechanism. And then count the chimes at the hour. If they are correct, you are set. If they are incorrect, turn the time back 15 minutes before the hour and bring it right back and monitor the chimes again. Hopefully this should fix it. Please post the results.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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