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Maybe the sound is not preferred and you will not hear the sound is suggest the problem because the main hand give the klik to activate the sound Probably there are two springs to wind the clock now its normally the clock will stop on some time if one winding spring become to wide in and the spring cannot no more wider stretched.
ALWAYS USE both winding springs,
can remove better the sound producing element then only use one spring on aclock if thats the problem if other problem then maybe a gear or axle is worn but almost unimaginable.

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