This video will explain how to adjust the time on a Elgin Sigfried Haller Skeleton Anniversary Clock Germany c. 1986. The time adjustment is the same as any other standard 400 day Anniversary clock. The time adjustment is done by rotating the disk at the top of the pendulum either right or left depending on if the clock is slow or fast. The disk at the top of the pendulum has a Plus and a Minus symbol to show which direction to rotate the disk.
I have a KIENINGER OBERGFELL Anniversary Kundo dome clock, and it unfortunately doesn’t have the key anymore. Do you sell these replacement keys, and if so, how much are they?
I’ve been searching all over the net and cannot find an exact replacement key… I’ve found a few sites that sell reproduction keys, which I’m certainly ok with, but come in varying sizes. And again, I must unfortunately say that I don’t know what size I need to buy! Could you help me out with that as well? What kind of key do I need and any referrals on where to buy the key?
Thanks for taking the time… I appreciate it!
My clock has stopped working again sadly …. Even though it is wound up it seems the metal pivot the the pendulum has broke now .. Please see image,
Do you think this may be readily available
Hope you don’t mind me asking some advise, I have a 1930 haller mantle clock that has decided to strike 12 chimes every hour …. You did a video on YouTube and I was wondering if you could offer some advise as to how I may be able to repair this it would be greatly appreciated. I am a locksmith so are used to small mechanical works
Any advise would be greatly appreciated