This is my first attempt at clock repair. I bought this clock used. I took the movement out of the case for testing - the strike side seemed to be working but on the run side the pendulum would go back and forth a few times and stop. The whole movement was very dirty. So I took the whole thing apart, cleaned the plates and wheels, and put back just the run side train. With no oil on it it ran for maybe twelve hours and then stopped. So I put some oil on it and it has been running maybe ten hours. I have three pictures from the back. Here are my questions: There is a loop at the bottom of the wire coming down from the anchor and the pendulum wire flops back and forth within the loop. Does that look right to you, or do I need to adjust the anchor wire so there is less play between the pendulum wire and the anchor wire? I want to make sure the run side is OK before I put the rest of it back together. Any suggestions on what I should do? There are a couple of unusual things about this movement - the bird design built into the plates and the fact that the run side is on the left looking from the back.