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How do you set a millennium clock

This millennium clock came from franklin mint I do not know how to set it.I wound it and the clock works,I just don't know enough about the clock to set it. it has a globe up top and it looks like the moon that goes around it.

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These clock do need oiling every couple of years and should be cleaned at least every 10 years.

One of the winding holes is for the time, one is for the strike and the 3rd is for the chime. These do vary in location from clock to clock so I can't advise any further. It sounds like this clock has 2 differenct chimes depicted by the SIE & EIV7.

I think your best option is to take it to a clock shop and get it cleaned. They should then be able to give you more information on the chimes and its operation.

Posted on May 30, 2011

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The fact is your watch has Stopped running.

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