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It chimes every hour but hands dont work daniel dakota clock

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Go to the NAWCC website ( http://nawcc.org/index.php/chapter-information/find-a-chapter-near-you ) and find a local chapter. Contact them and they can refer to a reputable local clock repair shop.

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check volume setting.
if you have a manuval volume control try to clean inside of volumecontrol.if ok fine
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the positon of minute hand not sync with chime strikes.
you fix the minute hand as 15.minute slower and adjust the current time using time adjuster switch not with minute hand ok.
try it and solve it

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Take the minute hand off and turn hand over. There is a brass bushing that attaches to the aluminum hand. Take a small screw driver and place in the square hole of the brass bushing. Turn either direction and test on the minute post of the clock. Keep adjusting until the clock chimes right on the 1/4 hour position. Make sure to put the hand back on the right 1/4 hour.

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each press of the red button will advance the chime count by one. Advance the chime count to match the face clock

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The hour hand is a friction fit, so you can probably just remove the clip or cotter holding the minute hand in place, pull off the hour hand and set it back to match the chimes. The minute hand is on a square shaft, so if you are off by a 1/2 or 1/4 hour, you can change its position also (but only in 15-minute increments).

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Hello, Donna -

I found and looked through the owner's manual for the Daniel Dakota Westminster Chime clock:
https://secure.img1-fg.wfcdn.com/docresources/23391/13/139903.pdf

If you have not already done so, you may wish to insert fresh AA alkaline batteries in the clock. (Page 4, Image 9 of the owner's manual in PDF format) Follow those directions.

Then, look on Page 5 [Image 7, PDF document] regarding setting the time.

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If you need to ask how to fix it, it probably means you shouldn't be tinkering with it.

You have something that represents a fair chunk of money and it would be wise to consult an experienced horologist about your problem or perhaps consult the manufacturer.

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Short of ORDERING IN A NEW movement I
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