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My clock chimes on the half hour and counts on the hour. It chimes 2 minutes late on each. How to I get the chime on the half hour and hour?


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Greetings Folks. New watch, looses time by about 5 minutes a day. No mention of an adjustment for time drift and probably there is not one. So, new battery? This was new, out of the box, off the shelf at a...


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I appreciate your line of thought concerning the problem of your watch.

like you rightly mentioned before, it could be a battery prob;em which is usually the commonest for this error. so please change the batteries first then if the problem persist a simple service of the watch should solve the entire problem.

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There are so many applications use of the manual will be mandatory.

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How do I set the time on this watch?


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I had a watch similar, and it's actually very easy to adjust as soon as you have the solution, so:
You need a very thin stick (maybe a toothstick or a think pencil). 1) Stick it into the upper pinhole (on the right side on the watch). Then it starts to blink. 2) Adjust by pressing the lowest pinhole 3) Confirm with the upper pinhole 4) Now you'll go through each step (hour, minute, date, 24/12h, etc.) 5) Finally you will se the time on the watch (not blinking), If you press the lowest pinhole you can choose between: - static screen showing time - static screen showing date - shifting screen showing both time and date
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the knob at the side....
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I purchased an old Hamilton mantel clock that did not run. I have cleaned and oiled it and now it works well except it losses five minutes per day. This has a German movement, spring escapement type,...


This clock has a floating balance escapement.

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Disclaimer: If this movement was made in the 1970 or early 1980's (The date is a 2 digit # above the movement model number). Those years the clock manufac. (Hermle) did not do well in quality materials. The may need an overhaul or movement replacement. I can provide more information if needed.

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