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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 (RE: 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 itīs supposed to run faster,turn it to F.HTH
    Burkhard
    Gigni de nihilo nihil,et nihil in nihilum posse reverti
    (Persius)

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