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Danbury book clock, how do you take clock out to put in battery?

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The clock is just tension fit in the housing. Easiest way to get it out is to get a plastic suction cup. Press the suction cup onto the face of the clock and pull and jiggle till the clock comes out. This way you wont gouge up the wood trying to pry the clock out with a screwdriver. It takes an N cell battery: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N_battery

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