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How do I fix an anniversary clock from 2005 that runs on one AA battery. Recently replaced battery, it'll run for one day and then slow down, and eventually stop. The plastic battery box has the inscription HD-1688 SHENG BANG made in China on it. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I do have a Clock with a Sheng Bang HD-1688 Clockwork. There is a normal AA 1.5V battery in it.
Kind regards Marcel van ****
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
It's not the motor it's the unit in the middel that works the clock it self. I have the same problem. When the clock passes the hour it is supose to send a signal to start the motor. There are two tiny pices metal that are supose to contact each other on the hour and they break off easy.
You have to replace the clock unit and reconect the two black wires.
Try by passing it. The two black wires that come from the clock unit. Cut them and touch them together. Make sure the light sencer on the front is not covered.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
Mine does the same thing. I contacted the manufacturer and they told me there's nothing I can do to fix it. They suggested I return it if it's under warranty (which it isn't). With no warranty they said there is no way to repair it.
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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