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    Cool S and F pendulum adjustements

    In an anniversary clock with rotating pendulum, if the clock is Fast do I turn the correction pendulum adjustment toward F??

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    Default Re: S and F pendulum adjustements (By: FredWJensen)

    No,Fred,You allways turn the knurled nut in the direction of the desired correction,that is:If the clock is desired to run slower,turn the nut in the direction of S,if it´s supposed to run faster,turn it to F.HTH
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