Hello all, long time no see! After taking a break for a couple of years, I’ve been freshly bitten by the clock bug again. I’m finishing up a sessions time and strike clock for my girlfriend, and I’m having a devil of a time synchronizing the strike. I have done several of these, and this is the first one that has given me problems. I’m overlooking something really simple here, but I’m rusty and I can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong. I got the count and drop levers synched, but I’m running into problems with the locking lever. With the springs restrained, the count lever in a deep slot, and the drop lever seated in the cam slot, I’ve loosened the plate nuts enough to get the warning wheel pivot out of the plate and rotate it so that the pin is behind the locking lever. Everything looks fine, and the strike train is stationary and not trying to strike. Should be ready to rock n roll. But, when I wind it and lift the lever to start the strike sequence, the next time the count lever drops into a deep slot, the pin on the warning wheel is about a quarter turn shy of the locking lever. I know it’s something stupid I’m overlong here, but what? Thanks!