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pjcs92

08:36AM | 12/06/04
Member Since: 12/05/04
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i just inherited a mason and sullivan grandmother clock. i cant seem to get the clock to work. i can make it chime by moving the hands mt self but the pendulim wont stay swinging.i leveled the clock and put the wieghts on with the 2 heaviest on the chimes and the lightest on the clock movement any suggestins on what to do?


pjcs92

11:34AM | 12/06/04
Member Since: 12/05/04
4 lifetime posts
sounds like almost the same clock my clock front slides off also it ws made in approx 1963 by what the plans say (yes i have the origanal plans) I have one lite weight and two heavy weights i am juggling them around. what do you mean by even tick tock sound and wher would i shim ? thanks for the quick responce and any future help would be great

pjcs92

09:19AM | 12/07/04
Member Since: 12/05/04
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thanks for the reply my clock has chains and i will try to get the tick tock right.i found a pro clock repairman down the street ,so i think i will let him have a look at it.it hasnt run in about 10 yrs.it sat in my aunts house for that long so some tlc might be what the doc ordered

pjcs92

09:19AM | 12/07/04
Member Since: 12/05/04
4 lifetime posts
thanks for the reply my clock has chains and i will try to get the tick tock right.i found a pro clock repairman down the street ,so i think i will let him have a look at it.it hasnt run in about 10 yrs.it sat in my aunts house for that long so some tlc might be what the doc ordered
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