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Adjusting the volume on the tone chimes

Which setting on the rubber clapper is softest?

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SOURCE: The clapper on the A#/Bb-6

Frankly, I would analyze what the clappers ar made of and MAKE them yourself. If they are plastic, find suitable material and make your own. If metal, you can have a metalshop make some for you.

Finding replacements either piecemeal or individual chimes is NOT likely to happen.

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SOURCE: some of my tone chimes feel like they are gummed

There are 2 hex head screws at the base of the plastic piece that holds the clapper. Unscrew them a little, and it should loosen up the head.

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