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I have a Dakota Daniels grandfather clock. The chimes work, the pendulum works, but the clock hands don't move.

Change the batteries. The weight makes the pendulum and chimes work, but the clock in this thing is battery operated :>)

Accurate hourly Westminster chime movement tolls the hour - Automatic night shut off
  • Cathedral pediment, blue moon metal dial with raised roman numerals
  • Cathedral pediment, blue moon metal dial with raised roman numerals
  • Pendulum, weights and chains are made out of metal - Real tempered glass
  • Sturdy construction - Made of MDF & solid wood - Batteries (3-AA & 2-C) not included

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    Dec 12, 2016 | Dakota Watches

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    Clock is ticking but not chiming

    Have you ensured that the strike train is wound?

    Nov 21, 2016 | Home

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    How do I make my clock chime the correct number of times?

    whenever the battery is weak the chime changes....whenever you change battery the clock chimes to the last time it chimed so...try setting your clock to next hour of chime n then move the hands of clock to next hour n your clock will chime accordingly.....
    in this way waiting for chime to finish ...set to clock to present time ....waiting for it to chime every time the minute hand passes 12

    Dec 09, 2015 | Home

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    How do set the chimes after changing the batteries

    Move the hand to set time, but make sure to stop on every hour and let the clock chime the hour completely before moving to the next hour. That will set the time and sync your time with your chimes.

    Nov 08, 2014 | Home

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    Chimes do not work

    Check for loose wires between the clock Movement and the chime box. If those are good (and the batteries have good solid connection-not lose) you probably need to replace the chime control box or the whole movement. carries replacements.
    Mechanical clocks, while more in cost, will live a much longer life with proper care than battery clocks. Plus, an actual chime (not noise through a speaker) is much more pleasing to the ears.

    Jan 11, 2014 | Seiko Mantel Clock

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    Clock is chiminng but not ticking

    Is this clock a battery clock? If it is then it could be your batteries or it could be than the movement inside the clock has a loose wire or it is kaput. If it is the batteries then the chiming should be sounding funny so I kind of doubt that it is the battery unless you have a battery for the chiming and a separate battery for the ticking. Maybe the battery went flat and has leaked acid on the contacts. Take meths or surgical spirits on an ear bud and dab the acid. Take water sandpaper and gently and softly rub the contacts to clean them and wipe again with meths or surgical spirits. If that does not work or that is not the problem see if it is a loose wire. This is the most common problem and some one that can solder the goodies in t.v.'s ect will be able to reconnect the wire for you. Kaput then you will have to either throw out the clock and get a new one or see if you can find a supplier of clock parts that will have that particular movement and just replace the movement.

    Jan 01, 2014 | Seiko Mantel Clock

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    Instructions for Sunbeam clock model # 882-495

    Move the second button from the left to set, enter the time in 24 hour format via the HH and MM buttons, then move the button to start. The far left switch, on/ is for the chime. Set to on for 24 hour alarms, set to auto for no chime from 11pm til 6am, set to off, to turn it off.

    Mar 29, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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