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We just purchased a Waltham 31 day chime wall clock that's too loud. We need instructions for softening both the tick toc & the chime. Can you please help? Thanx so much, Deb~

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You can not change the sound of the tick/tock but you can change the sound of the gong. This link will help you out. http://usedclockparts.com/8-clock-movement-repairs/19-how-to-change-the-sound-of-a-clock-gong

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