I saw this clock at a local auction and it's not pretty but I've never owned a mechanical clock so I got this one cheap because I've always wanted one. I don't know anything about it really but it seems to work except that the chimes start and stop the melody at the wrong spot... The best way I know how to explain it is for the Westminster chimes that are split into four quarters on the quarter hour it chimes the second quarter of the melody (but just once) then at half past it does what sounds like quarter 1 twice. The at a quarter to it does 2,1,1. Something along that pattern instead of 1; 1,2; 1,2,3; 1,2,3,4 (I believe 1 and 3 and 2 and 4 are the same but I don't know how else to describe it) Im acknowleding my terminology is probably totally wrong for the parts. What I think is happening is that the chimes wheel (whatever it's called the thing that works like a music box) is set to the wrong spot. I want some advice on how to fix it since it doesn't seem like it would be that difficult just don't want to break it in the process. Idea 1) I can turn the gear manually until the chime wheel is at the correct spot Idea 2) the top gear in the photo (I think that's the drive gear) has a set screw that could be loosened to release it from the drive shaft and then turn it manually then tighten the screw. #1 is easier of course but I don't know what it looks like behind the plate so I could damage it #2 is harder but seems safer since I'm a total amature and don't like the idea of turning something that's not supposed to turn manually. I would just need to find a tiny flathead screwdriver to fit in there to do it.