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Need setting instructions for clock movement

I have a type of a grandfather clock , I purchased from sam's club about 4 years ago. I have lost the setting instructions and now when it chimes it is messed up. It used to chime once an hour form 7 am till 10 pm. I remember somehow setting it to that , but now can't remember how. The only thing i have is the item # DA471C and it says the clock was made in china, but the clock movement says germany on it. I love this clock it is right in my entry way the first thing you see and i miss hearing it. I can see how and where to turn off the chiming ,because it was ringing during the night which we did'nt want

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Howard Miller offers this feature: This is how it works.

Automatic Night-Time Silencing Option
Grandfather Clocks will offer a night time shutoff option. There are 3 options on this lever.
1) "Night On" - This will keep the chime striking 24 hours
2) "Night Off" - This position will turn off the chiming between 10:15PM and 7:00AM
3) "Strike" - This position will allow the movement to strike the hour without the Westminster melody if the other Westminster melody lever is turned to Silent.

Hope this helps.

R/David

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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