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Grandfather clock repair

Pendulum will not swing
Runs too fast or slow
Weights refuse to fall
Weights are on wrong
Chimes out of sequence
Moon phase dial set-up

Cuckoo clock repair

Pendulum will not swing
Runs too fast or slow
Replacing lost weights

Mantel clock repair

Pendulum will not swing
Runs too fast or slow

Wall clock repair

Pendulum will not swing
Runs too fast or slow

Where to order clock parts:

Clock parts are available at the same price to both amateur and professional clock repair persons! The following is a directory of the major clock supply houses in the nation. Be sure to obtain as many catalogues as you can. Then check prices for the best buy. I order from them all, and they give great service!

Time Savers is located in Scottsdale, AZ. They publish a black and white catalogue with photos and descriptions of hundreds of clock tools and clock parts that you might need for repair of your clocks.

S.LaRose, Inc. is located in Greensboro, N.C. and has a wide selection of clock repair tools and clock parts. Be sure to get their color catalogue which shows their selection in great detail.

Black Forest Imports, Inc. has locations both on the West and East Coast to serve you. If you would rather purchase a new movement then repair one, then be sure to get their catalogue. They stock complete movements as well as clock parts for grandfather and cuckoo clocks.

 

 

Wayne Berry, Certified Clockmaker
E-Mail: How to Repair Clocks

Last Modified: September 1, 2012
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