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How to Replace a Clock Movement

If you have a favorite clock that has stopped working, it's relatively simple to purchase a new movement as a replacement. Learn the technique with help from this step by step video.

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This video is part of the following guide which includes step-by-step instructions and other tips.

July 29, 2020

Battery operated clocks can slow down or even stop working entirely. Save a favorite clock by easily replacing the movement and hands for accurate timekeeping for years to come.

An old clock with replacement hands and movement.

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February 13, 20210 found this helpful

No "seconds" hand?

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February 14, 20210 found this helpful

You can buy clock movements that have all three hands if you want. A lot of decorative clocks don't have them.

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