Clock Repair Questions? Ask a Clock Technician for Answers ASAP
Hi, My name is ***** ***** it is my pleasure to assist you. Yes I run across this problem all the time at my shop. Sometimes over a period of time the arbor shaft that holds the minute hand will start moving out of position. I'll cover all options to try. First you can try removing the minute hand the next time it chimes the hour and place the hand back onto the shaft at the 12 position. Next if that does not work the minute hand arbor which is the shaft the hand is on has got to be rotated back to the 12 position you can do this by using a pair of needle nose pliers and gently turn the shaft that the minute hand is on back to the 12 position. Next if that doesn't work the bushing that is around the arbor shaft will have to be repositioned. Try these options out and let me know what happens and if you do not feel comfortable doing this yourself let me know your zip code location and I can locate a clock repair shop in your area. Thanks Mike
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Hi, The bushing surrounds the shafts of the hands, reposition the whole thing back to the 12:00. Thanks Mike
Hi, Sorry repositioning either the shafts or bushing should have corrected the problem. If you like let me know your zip code location and I can locate a clock repair shop in your area. Thanks Mike