Found a post here - Strike train anomaly? - that I think describes the strike system for my clock. My clock has so many problems I don't know which one to tackle first. The regulating levers on this clock are on the left side in the extension on the frame, and include two arbors for the cuckoo bellows. But I think it has at least two problems. Background. The clock came to me as a basket case, was very rusty and dirty. I cleaned it and lubed it and the time train works great. The strike train will run if I release it manually, but continues to strike until I stop it. I attempted to put a spring on the regulating lever arbor, but it's not connected to the frame at all and has no tension. I wonder if this is the reason it won't stop? The other thing I see is that the lifting lever does not touch the maintenance lever when it goes into warning. But I don't want to bend anything until I know for sure if that's necessary. Here's a picture of it in warning. I've studied the Count Wheel Basics until I almost have it memorized, but this clock has me baffled.