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  • Westclox Quartz

    Hi My names John and I hope you can point me in the right direction.
    I have had the clock in the photo about 7 years, I have no idea how old it is, it has always kept great time. Recently it has been losing rapidly. I have changed the batteries, but it still runs slow. I have noticed that when I try to adjust the time the minute lever is sometimes unresponsive. Do I need to take it to a professional or is it a fix I can do myself. I am an engineer, but I'd like a bit of advice before I start taking it to bits.
    Cheers
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    Personally, I'd go for it. Good luck finding a professional to fix it! Most repair shops won't touch these.
    We have a member or two who have worked on similar clocks. We'll wait to see what they say.
    Really interested to see how this turns out. It's a nice looking clock.
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