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An Impact screwdriver is the only 100 % successful method I have seen for removing the screws. Chimeclockfan has successfully fixed broken chime...
Just one more thing that was broken when we changed our software, Dave. It should be OK now.
It works OK for me by clicking on your link, Dave.
Time for your customer to get a hearing aid.
The quality of what Howard Miller puts out has been on a downhill run for a few years. Glad you found something better.
You might find out the hard way why it was changed, if it is working now and not working when you change it.:whistle:
Jim, sorry about that, it seemed close enough to be right. Please post a link to his obituary when it is available
George Nelson's Obituary on The Tennessean
He apparently died a week ago
You could start here with a look at what is basically needed to start:
Looks just like a clock used in a fish breeding center to automatically feed fish.
Allan, I do the same thing, make an order of things I need to have the supplier at our regional bring to save on shipping. But my cleaner of...
You have to know which size it needs. If you don't, buy one of each. Still don't know what this has to do with auto beat, though:whistle:
It is a suspension spring for Urgos movements. What does that have to do with auto beat?
How can a suspension spring be auto-beat??
If you think what you are calling a battery in your video, is a battery, you are hopelessly lost in your project. Don't waste any more money on it.
I don"t know as that would be falling up, unless your clock is upside down...