An 'Enfield' Chiming Clock Movement with Pendulum.
The clock case can be made level later by adjusting the crutch for the situation that the clock will remain in. It is important to remember that whenever the clock case is to be moved to a new situation, then the crutch may need to be adjusted to get the pendulum into correct beat. It is best not to fully wind the clock until you are sure that the strike, chime and time are all functioning as they should. Always move the hands forward and allow the chime and strike to sound fully when setting the hands. The chime/silent lever is next to the '3' position - move up to chime. Down for silent. The strike and chimes will self adjust after an hour or so if the hands are moved.
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