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Kenneth Saunders

Any mechanical clock question - no battery clock questions and no appraisals. 40 years as a professional clock repair person- still a full time clock repair service owner. Attach a photo if possible and note all markings on the rear of the mechanism- thanks

Daniel Clements

All questions about pre C1820 UK antique clocks. For the type of clock I can answer questions about, see if your clock is something like one on our website http://

Barry W Macomber

My experience is mostly with 19th century American clocks. I can answer repair questions and can identify most clocks of this period. I cannot answer questions about non-American clocks.

Tom Williams

I can not think of any questions I cannot answer in regard to repairing antique clocks or radios. However, I am sure there are a few I have not heard and may not be able to answer. If I cannot, I will say so. I have been repairing them since I was a young child.


I will answer any clock repair questions to the best of my ability but not appraisal questions.

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2015-05-22 My Revere Mantle Clock with Westminster Chime Model R-913:

I think if you bend the chime rod that is causing the problem up just a little bit it will solve the first problem.    The jerky chiming is not as easy.  You will probably have to lubricate all of the

2015-05-21 Identify maker of casr iron clock:

probably an American Clock Co creation from the 1850's     the American Clock Company was a sales agency for Connecticut clocks

2015-05-12 Tander clock:

I do not have any tables as to what key size is used in your clock. However, if you order from either Merritts ( or Timesavers ( you can use their tables of key part

2015-05-10 waltham 31 day chime wall clock:

internal adjustment needed on the front of the movement behind the dial- probably best left to a pro    the rack hook is getting too much lift on the half hour and needs to be adjusted somehow- have to

2015-05-09 dutch zaandam atlas wall clock:

the round nut under the "horse and rider" pendulum bob regulates the speed of the clock    tightening the nut raises the horse up the wire and speeds the clock up     it is just trial and error till you

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