Hi All, Ever since I bought my first 400 say clock and was instructed that one should never move the minute hand backward by more than a small amount. I have held to this idea religiously with all of my clocks 400-Day and otherwise. I must confess that despite working on my three 400-Day clocks I never investigated the reason for this. I just accepted it. I was just reading Terwilliger's Horolovar Collection and while writing about striking 400-Day clocks he states on page 46: "400-Day Clocks all need frequent time corrections. This presents no problem with the time-only movements, since the hands can be turned backward or forward any amount". He goes on to explain that you will damage the strike train in a striking clock, which I fully understand. So is it true that I can just lift the dome and turn away counter clockwise?