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I have an old general electric kitchen wall clock model

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I have an old general electric kitchen wall clock model do I remove either the rod or end of the time set rod so I can separate the acrylic side from the face to which the works are connected?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  John replied 6 years ago.

Apply a drop or two of light machine oil to the knobs, and give the oil a day or so the penetrate the threads. To remove the knobs, gently turn them counterclockwise until they come off the shafts. If you can, hold the shafts with a pair of needle nosed pliers.

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