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Cuckoo Clocks I have a cuckoo clock which fell off the wall, it has fallen off of the mechanism, and is in pieces. Is there a way to repair these. Please helpCindy

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Re: Cuckoo Clocks

You can repair them is their any damaged pieces i will try and get you some diagrams to show you how to put it back together but if you take it to repair shop ie watch repair they will build it for you and get any parts that are broke or they will be able to make them for you hope this is some help i will try find you some diagrams on how it is built i will post you back if i find it but need to know what make and model no if poss

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How do you reset clocks on Lucent Partner 18D phones?

The partner phones are now Avaya. The system time is going to be maintained by the operator's console or phones at extension 10 or 11 (the normal programming phones).

To set the system time, do the following:
Press Feature 00.
Press System Program (Left Intercom button) Twice.
Press #103
Enter the time in 24-hour notation (ex: for 4:23 p.m. use 1623)
A display should appear confirming the time.

Press Feature 00 to exit programming mode.

There is more information on setting clocks on various systems at

The manuals can be somewhat difficult to find online. You may wish to contact your vendor to see if they can get you another copy of the manual.

Keep in mind that if you are using Merlin Mail you will need to set the time different on that system.

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1/8 inch movement of the pendulum bob is equal to about 3 min per 24 hours running.
-To increase the time of the clock, move pendulum up.
-To slow down the time move, pendulum down.

Regulation notes:
These novel clocks are at best only a "fair" time-keeper. You can expect 100 to 120 sec per 30-hour winding period. I recommend that if it is within a few minutes per winding, simply RE-set the time.

-The regulation obstacles are obvious:
1. Open pendulum, this allows even the slightest breeze from a fan, ceiling fan or even cross-winds inside your house to affect both time qualities and/or its running ability.
2. The Pendulum material is wooden, and sensitive to climatic condition, during times of high humidity the clock will slow down.

Hope this tip helps.


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Are you trying to get it in time say to run faster or slower? If so the leaf should just slid up to speed it up or down to slow it down as it is only a friction fit. Hope this helps

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How do you reset clocks on Lucent Partner 18D phones?



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Setting the clock

The clock is set in the system from the phone plugged into the 1st jack. Now did you ^REALLY* ever have a system manual?


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I wish to access and change the time on my LDP-7004D as the clocks have moved forward but the phone clock has not. Thank you

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Your system clock is displayed on all phones - so your system's time is off. If you have Caller ID, you can have the system set to adjust the clock daily according to Caller ID, but that often gets worse, depending on the telephone company. I've even seen some systems off by four hours or more, so we don't recommend that either.

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Our servers adjust the clocks automatically every weekend to the accuracy of the Naval Observatory's Atomic Clock.

We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376.

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