Is there someone who can help me get my Howard Miller grandfather clock to chime correctly?
Read instruction panel on the back of the clock and did what it said to do to set the hands so the clock would chime at the correct times.
With most grandmother/grandfather clocks, if the chimes are off, you need to unscrew the nut on the front of the clock that holds the hands in place after you hear the chimes. Once the nut is unscrewed, you simply manually move the hands to the corresponding time and reattach the nut. Your clock should chime at the proper hour from that point forward.
Key to remember when setting the clock is to allow the chimes to complete at each hour before moving the hands again. Don't speed through setting the time, as this is often what causes the problem.
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