Swinging pendulum clock repair
Often a pendulum clock will stop when it has been moved, bumped or even a too aggressive push to restart a pendulum. It is not broken, only out of beat. This only takes a few minutes to readjust and all pendulum clock owners should learn how as this will happen eventually. TIP — Prevention: for wall clocks, always remove your pendulum before taking the clock off the wall. If the pendulum stays in the clock it may scratch the inside of the case as well as change the beat and then the clock may not work. It should sound steady and even like a metronome.
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Pendulum does not keep swinging
Why did the pendulum stop swinging?
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How To Adjust a Pendulum Clock
Click to see full answer Subsequently, one may also ask, why does my pendulum stop swinging? The reason a clock pendulum often stops swinging , after being moved, is because the clock case now leans at a slightly different angle then it did at its former location. A clock is "in beat" when the tick and the tock are evenly spaced. Subsequently, question is, what makes a pendulum swing longer? The swing rate, or frequency, of the pendulum is determined by its length.
In many cases the complaint with a mechanical clock is that it stopped working after it was moved. This is usually from someone moving the clock without taking the pendulum off and this puts the clock out of beat. Out of beat is a term used in clock repair that basically means the clock is going tock-tick, tock-tick, or ticktock, ticktock instead of tick tock tick tock. It is sometimes corrected by putting a matchbook or Small piece of wood under one side of the clock case to make the tick and the tock evenly spaced.
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