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I have a Strausbourg chime mantel clock. It chime 2 minutes late every 1/4 hour, how do i fix this. Rae

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Each press of the red button will advance the chime count by one. Advance the chime count to match the face clock

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I lost directions to my clock, it takes two double a batteries for the chime but i dont know how to set it.

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