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How to tighten the hands of a 28 inch Sterling & Noble wall clock?

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How to get a sterling and noble chiming clock time set

To set the time on a Sterling and Noble chiming clock, please follow these steps:

Remove the clock from the wall or mantle and place it on a flat surface.
Locate the clock's time adjustment knob. This is usually located on the back of the clock and may be labeled "Time," "Adjust," or "Set."
Turn the knob clockwise or counterclockwise to set the correct time. Be sure to move the hands of the clock in the direction of the correct time.
If your clock has a chime feature, locate the chime adjustment knob. This may also be located on the back of the clock and may be labeled "Chime," "Strike," or "Silent."
Turn the chime adjustment knob to the "Silent" position if you do not want the clock to chime. If you want the clock to chime, turn the knob to the desired chime setting.
Once you have set the time and chime settings, replace the clock on the wall or mantle.
Note: It is important to set the time accurately and synchronize it with an accurate time source, such as an atomic clock, to ensure that the clock keeps accurate time. Additionally, it is recommended to consult the clock's user manual for specific instructions and troubleshooting tips.

Do you have a manual for repairing Sterling & Noble clocks please.

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Clock making and repair is a very skilled job. There are some videos that might help.



How duo I change the time on my Sterling & Noble wall clock? It does not have any dials on the back to turn?.

To change the time on a Sterling & Noble wall clock that does not have any dials on the back, you will need to follow these steps:
  1. Locate the small, round hole on the back of the clock. This is the reset button.
  2. Using a small object, such as a paperclip or a toothpick, press and hold the reset button for about 5 seconds. This will reset the clock and allow you to set the time.
  3. Release the reset button, and the minute hand will begin to move around the clock face. Use the reset button to advance the minute hand to the correct time.
  4. Once the minute hand is set to the correct time, the hour hand will begin to move around the clock face. Use the reset button to advance the hour hand to the correct time.
  5. Once the hour hand is set to the correct time, the clock will begin to run normally.
I hope this helps! If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to ask.

No I am not getting any answers here. I have a Sterling & Noble wall clock battery operated and I can't where to change the time.

No one here is paid to answer questions, everyone does it for free, in their spare time _when_ they have time. I am here 10 hours a day every day for no pay! Your first post had no information to provide a definitive answer, but I took a stab at it anyway.

Sterling and Noble make hundreds of clocks, but there is help in this link Liz.



How to change the time on my wall clock. Can't find and dials?

Difficult to know without seeing it or having a make and model. If it is digital, it will be buttons, if analogue, a small dial/knob on the back as part of the battery housing. If the hands are not covered you can move the minute hand back one full turn.

My Sterling and Noble wall clock has some pretty chewed up little plastic cogs... how do I replace these? Where do I get them?

Hello, Lauren -

Apparently Infiniti Group International has Sterling & Noble (clocks) as one of its registered trademarks.

I have not found a web site for Infiniti Group International. However, go to this web page, which is part of a corporate informaton web site:
There you will find the number to call and ask for customer service or product support.

The company MAY or MAY NOT sell repair parts for Sterling & Noble clocks. If the company does not, perhaps a local watch and clock repair business can provide you with the proper replacement parts.

Best wishes.

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