Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi - I have a similar problem - I removed the screw and plastic snap on movement cover and gently blew dust and debris from the gears, which then seemed to work fine. the clock still won't keep accurate time (or anything near accurate time - so much for atomic accuracy!)
i plan to buy a new movement from klockit.com for about $20 - i first need to remove this movement and measure the hands, etc. so i order the right parts.
Were you able to repair your clock ? I have the same 24" clock from Sam's Club and have given up on finding the Shontek DM2720 movement. Please let me know.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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