I have an 8-day Hubert Herr cuckoo clock. It is all cleaned and oiled, and the bushings look good. I set the lifting levers in such a way that as soon as the second coo happens, the train stops. However, I am experiencing a slow start and sometimes stall. After startup it all runs fine. The problem seems to be that although I have the strike train stopping after the second coo fails off the strike wheel pin, the other levers are too close (first coo and the gong). When the clock goes into warning, those two levers are already lifting - thus, there is a force on the train at startup. I also notice that the gong seems to happen way before the first coo. How does one adjust for this? I don't want the second coo to lift and not fall when the train stops for sure! Do I need longer lift wires?