New member here and my first post, so hi everybody! Glad to be here! My wife bought this clock for me this past Christmas. It ran well at first but a month later everything stopped. I thought maybe it was overwound so I just kept starting the pendulum. It would run for a few hours then stop. I gave up and took it to a local shop to get it diagnosed and potentially repaired. The shop owner looked at it for about 30 secs and said it wasn’t worth repairing. When I asked what was wrong he said it needed to be disassembled, cleaned and re-oiled. Said it would be cheaper to remove the original movement and replace it with an electric movement. I declined. Last weekend I decided to look it over and see if there was anything I could do. I lubricated all the pivot points on the back and was able to get it to stay running (keeps time) but it won’t chime. The quarterly chime gear set will start to spin but then stops when the hammer gets half way up. I assume that there are more lubrication points on the front (face side) of the movement but I don’t know how to take it apart. Where can I find basic disassembly instructions? I bought book 8 of the Clockmakers Newsletter Workshop Series but no info there. Can anyone point me in the right direction? This clock is no heirloom but I would like to try to get it making noise again. Thanks in advance for any help!