First let me say, German quality ain't what it used to be: Must have been one of the last ones out the door before Oktoberfest. As far as I can tell, this is a fairly modern Schneider movement, numbers on it are Clock 859 and 25-N, along with some patent numbers and a GULA logo at the bottom. They may or may not show up in the pic. Anyway, the little booger won't run. I can get it to tick if I pull on the right-hand chain, but the weight isn't enough to drive it by itself. The weights are original. Stopped running a couple months ago and Mom wants it running again. Question one: Is there a non-destructive way to access the movement? It looks like the case is glued together around the movement. No screws or nails anywhere but on the face (which I have put back right again). It appears that I'll have to blow the case apart to get to the movement. I consider myself halfway decent at woodwork, so it doesn't scare me, especially since it's made of modern plywood. It ought to glue back up nicely. But I want a non-destructive option if there is one. Question two: Anyone know what I should look for if/when I do get the movement out? Any known issues with this movement?