I have a Terry-type movement that was running beautifully. I disassembled and put back together and now will only run strongly for a few minutes., then die. If I jiggle the time winding arbor a bit, the clock will start up again, then stop. Ditto for the other side: if I jiggle the strike winding arbor, the clock will start up, then stop. I don't want to take the movement apart (again) until I'm certain about one thing: which way should the winding wheel teeth point, in the direction the wheel turns, or the other way? So to be clear, the teeth on both the winding wheels (strike and time) do not point out radially from the center, but rather are slanted to one side, which I assume is to reduce rolling friction when these teeth engage the leaves of the adjoining pinion. Furthermore, the teeth point in opposite directions, which makes sense to me as these wheels unwind in opposite directions. Right now, I have the slant pointing in the direction the wheels unwind. Is that correct? I know I could reassemble once again by switching the wheels to see what happens, but surely wouldn't mind a definitive answer from someone on this forum. Thanks.