Good Morning. Pictured is the movement from my New Haven Banjo as originally unveiled. I have since cleaned and lubricated it per instructions. My issue is the strike spring. She struck 7 this morning and then growled twice. I lubed this spring with the "heavy spring lube" in the bellows looking container, wound, unwound and wound again as instructed. I felt I did it exactly as described and yet I still have this grumpy noise. I would say this is second time I have noticed it since she has been back on the wall, a good 2 weeks say. My query is this...did I really insufficiently lube that spring? I thought I put it on quite a bit. Did I smear it all over 100% of that spring with my fingers and a rag? No. I greased it flat on the table, inserting the needle all over the place. Frequently and sporadically along the length. Applying much more in the outer rings and less in the inner rings. Aha! Since today is winding day, does she need more grease in the smaller, tightly wound beginning end of the spring?