So unfortunately I don't have the clock in front of me at the moment as it is at the repair shop. So my clock repairmen says that this particular movement in this clock is just known to be troublesome (won't keep time). The repair cost just isn't worth it in his opinion because of the known issues with the movement, and he said that a replacement would be a better option. Ok great, but he said the movement would be around $500 to order and replace. Hmmm, so that got me thinking? Is this something I could do if I could find a replacement movement myself? I certainly am capable of taking an old movement out and replacing it with at new one (at least I think). I am just wondering if there are any other triple chime movements that would work for this particular clock and if anyone out there has any experience with it or an opinion they would like to share. I think the movement in it is a Kieninger and he said he could replace it with a Hermle one. If that sounds right let me know if there are any options from you experts. Thanks!
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