Single hour strike on one bell
Take the clock, pendulum and key carefully out of the carton.
Carefully remove the protective packaging such as foam rubber and rubber bands, to release hammer and pendulum leader.
Please wind your clock fully every 7 days for optimum performance (the clock will actually run about 14 days on one winding). To wind the clock hold the pendulum to one side and push key onto the winding square. Turn key clockwise until fully wound (approximately 3 1/2 turns after one week of running).
Hang the pendulum onto the pendulum leader, located at the front of the movement (see illustration).
Move pendulum gently to left or right side until pendulum leader is touching the hour shaft. Let the pendulum swing so you can hear an even "tick tock" sound.
If pendulum should stop, just push it again all the way to the left or right and release it. This may also be necessary after winding up the clock.
Move the minute hand (long hand) clockwise or counterclockwise to set the clock to the correct time. The clock will strike the bell once on each hour.
The clock is regulated by turning the regulating nut below the pendulum (see illustration below). When turning the nut please hold pendulum disc so that it does not twist.
To make the clock run slower - turn the regulating nut to the left.
To make the clock run faster - turn the regulating nut to the right.
One turn of the regulating nut changes the clock's rate by approximately 2 minutes per day. An accuracy of 2 - 5 minutes per week is typical.
Showing where the pendulum hangs on the pendulum leader, the location of winding square, and which way to turn the regulating nut.