Hello everyone, I have a Herschede Electric grandfather clock that has a problem of the hands stopping when the clock gets to tripping the chime mechanism. The clock doesn't stop and does complet the chime sequence, but results in the clock losing time because of the hands not moving for a few minutes. I've already serviced it and wouldn't be surprised if I didn't put something back together right. I could find very little information on how these work so I did my best to get it working mostly well(keeping good time since last year). I would like it to chime so I figured I'd ask here for some advice before jumping back into it again. Maybe it's just me, but I find this clock to be very temperamental. It'll work one way on the test stand then wig out in its case. Especially with the dial off. That dial seems to be very important to function as it will chime uncontrollably or stop outright if it's not on just right. Thanks again everyone.