"How To Fix Your Own Clock" gives simple answers to basic minor problems that can be easily corrected by most clock owners. This book is written for the typical mechanical clock owner who knows little about clocks - and who doesn't want to run up a repair bill if it can be helped. The book is in an easy to understand question and answer format, and comes from actual questions from the author's newspaper column. The author, Richard Hansen (a master clock repairman and owner of his own clock repair business for 15 years), knows that often, a clock may need little more than the correct set-up, or a minor adjustment to go from "dust collector" in your attic - to "treasured and accurate timepiece" in your living room! He wrote this book so you can get your clock going - and keep it going - easily and inexpensively!
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