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- Howard Miller Grandfather Clock Troubleshooting
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Grandfather Clock Owners ManualYour resource for information about clocksGrandfather Clock Manual and Setup GuideIMPORTANT INFORMATIONThe product information labellists the Grandfather Clock model number and serial number. The GrandfatherClock model number and serial number are essential for obtaining parts orservice. The product information label may be located in several locations:outside the shipping carton, back of door, back of the Grandfather Clock,top of the Grandfather Clock, inside the top back corner of the GrandfatherClock, or inside the Grandfather Clock above the back of the dial. For easyreference in the future, take a moment to record these numbers.BASIC OPERATION OF A GRANDFATHER CLOCKAt the heart of every Grandfather Clock isthe movement. The movement controls the hour strike, time keeping, andchime. The pendulum and weights are critical components to operation of theGrandfather Clock movement.
The pendulum provides the ability to regulateand adjust the time keeping. As described within these instructions,adjustments to the pendulum to achieve accurate time keeping is easilyaccomplished. The three weights provide power to the hour strike (leftweight), time (center weight), and chime melody (right weight). Withoutthese weights, the Grandfather Clock would not operate. Each weight isdifferent and must be properly hung from the movement (left, center, right)to ensure proper operation.
Weights are hung from the movement by a cable orchain. The weights must be raised at least every 7 days or the GrandfatherClock will stop. Raising cable driven weights is accomplished through use ofa crank. Raising chain driven weights is accomplished by pulling down on theloose end of the chain. The strike and chime sounds are made by a series ofhammers hitting various length rods.
Each rod makes a different sound whenhit by a hammer. Specific chime melodies are achieved by controlling thesequence that each hammer hits a corresponding rod.TABLE OF CONTENTSGrandfather CLOCKS WITH CABLE MOVEMENTSSetting Up Your Grandfather Clock. 1Leveling Your Grandfather Clock.2Hanging Pendulum.3Hanging Weights.
4Setting Moon Dial.5Setting Time.6Starting Grandfather Clock.7GENERAL INFORMATIONProduct Information Label. 8Moving Your Grandfather Clock. 9Installing / Removing Top Side Panel.10Raising Weights.11Regulating Timekeeping.12Automatic Night-Time Silencing Option.13Chime Selection.14TROUBLE SHOOTINGDifficulty Turning The Moon Dial. 15Grandfather Clock Does Not Chime At Proper Time.16Grandfather Clock Does Not Strike The Correct Hour. 17Grandfather Clock Will Not Chime or Strike. 18Chimes Have The Incorrect Tone.19Weights Do Not Drop At The Same Level.20 STEP 1SETTING UP YOUR GRANDFATHER CLOCKLocated in the bottom of the shipping carton will be awhite styrofoam box.
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This box contains:a) a key to fit your Grandfather Clock door,b) a crank which will be used to wind your Grandfather Clock and,c) weights which operate the Grandfather Clock movement.Also, within the shipping carton will be the Grandfather Clock pendulumpackaged in a separate cardboard box.Move the Grandfather Clock close to its final location.WARNING: ENSURE Grandfather Clock IS POSITIONED SQUARE AND FIRM ON THEFLOOR SO THAT IT WILL NOT FALL OVER. ADJUST LEVELERS FOR MAXIMUMSTABILITY AND PROPER ALIGNMENT.Access to the Grandfather Clock movement, chimes and cables is made inthree possible ways; through the front door(s), through the top sidepanels (or side doorson some Grandfather Clocks), or through the back access panel. The topside panels are held from the inside by tape or a plastic clip. Theplastic clip may be turnedor tape may be removed permanently. Refer to the General Informationsection on page 7 for proper instructions to remove and install top sidepanels.Remove the cardboard sleeve from around the chime rods by first cuttingthe rubber band with scissors.
DO NOT PULL ON THE RUBBER BAND TO BREAK.Next, grasp the cardboard sleeve as marked and pull straight down andoff the ends of the chime rods. (See figure 1). Remove the foam padsfrom between the chime hammers and chime rods by first cutting therubber band with scissors. DO NOT PULL ON THE RUBBER BAND TO BREAK. Careshould be taken to avoid bending the chime hammers. The chime hammerswill be free to move allowing easy removal of the foam pads. Remove thespring clip from the back side of the movement by first pulling one endfree.
(See figure 1). DO NOT REMOVE THE STYROFOAM BLOCKS from above thecable pulleys. This is one of the most critical points in the entireset-up operation. Doing so at this time could cause the cables tooverlap and bind the movement.
You can remove the styrofoam blocks AFTERyour Grandfather Clock is totally set up and has been operating for atleast twelve (12) hours. 2.
LEVELING YOUR GRANDFATHERCLOCKPosition the Grandfather Clock into its finallocation. Once in place, your Grandfather Clock cabinetmust be leveled, as the Grandfather Clock may not operate if it is notlevel. There are four levelers under the cabinet on each corner that canbe screwed in (up) orout (down) to make adjustments. Place a level alongside the GrandfatherClock cabinet from front to back and side to side, adjusting thelevelers until level.
It may be necessary to periodically check yourcabinet after initial set-up, (especially if the Grandfather Clock is oncarpet), as it might settle after original leveling. (see figure 2).Ensure Grandfather Clock is positioned square and firm on the floor sothatit will not fall over.3. HANGING THE PENDULUMNOTE: To perform the following steps Howard Millersuggests wearing cotton gloves or using a soft cloth when handlingparts.Some pendulums have a colored protective plastic filmcovering the pendulum disk. Carefully remove this film before hangingthe pendulum. To hang the pendulum, locate the pendulum guide throughthe front door, or any of the side or back access panel locations. Whileholding the pendulum guide with one hand, slip the pendulum in throughthe front door with your other hand. Place the pendulum hook over thepin or through the slot on the pendulum guide, and lower the pendulumuntil it is hanging securely on the pendulum guide.
(See figure 3). 4. HANGING WEIGHTSDO NOT REMOVE THE STYROFOAM BLOCKS until after yourGrandfather Clock has been operating for at least twenty-four (24)hours.
Most Grandfather Clocks use three weights. The bottom of eachweight is labeled Left, Center or Right facing the Grandfather Clock.The total weight of each weight is slightly different and each WEIGHTMUST BE INSTALLED IN ITS CORRECT LOCATION FOR THE Grandfather Clock TOOPERATE PROPERLY. Check the weights to ensure that they are tightlyassembled. Check to make sure that the cable is in the cable pulley.Hang the weights on the pulleys.
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(See figure 4). 5.SETTING YOUR MOON DIALIf your Grandfather Clock has a moving moon dialfeature, follow these instructions. To set moon dial, apply slightpressure with your fingers to the front of the moon dial. Rotate themoon dial Clockwise until the moon is directly below #15. (See figure5).
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If the moon dial will not rotate, wait 6 hours and try again. Neverforce the moon dial as it should move easily. Using an almanac orcalendar, determine the date of the last full moon. Count the number ofdays past the last full moon. Turn the moon dial Clockwise one click forevery day past the full moon. The moon dial is now set and will indicatethe proper moon phases as long as the Grandfather Clock operatescontinuously. If the Grandfather Clock stops for more than 24 hours, themoon dial will also stop, and must be reset when the Grandfather Clockis started again.
Waning Gibbous87% of FullThu 11 Jun, 2009The lunar cycle is 29 1/2 days as indicated on your clockdial.