You should now simply be able to pull the clock movment from the rear of the clock.If your clock has a chime bar that appears to be getting in the way do not try and wiggle it past – you will damage the chimes.Once you’ve soaked the movement top in soapy water then do you can to carefully brush off any dirt with a clean paint brush or ideally jet spray of some sort.
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A lot of the time the main issue with failing clocks is that the main springs are worn down and are not delivering the power the clock needs to run efficiently, if at all.
If a clock has been left standing fully wound but not running for a few years the springs take the form of the arbour they are tensioned on an lose power – I see a lot of that.
Remove the chime bar by unscrewing the fixings that are mormally on the outside of the case underneath although some are fixed internally. You have limited options without disassembling the clock completely and taking the plates apart.
My point is that it needs come out even if you can get the movement out without doing so because its fragile and gets easily caught by the snaggy and nature of clock movements generally. Ill come to how you can avoid this but generally speaking you need to get the plates apart for the following reasons.Other counts available but as not interchangeable; platform & pinion must be ordered together. The oblong mounting hole is .112" wide x .158" long.We carry clock parts for Ansonia clocks, mantel clock parts, kitchen clock parts and many more.We carry such brands as Hermle, Kieninger, Urgos and Seth Thomas.Dont use pliers if they are stiff – oil and a firm grip with your hands through a thin polishing cloth will do it.