IMPROVED THIRTY HOUR
MADE AND SOLD BY THE
E. N. WELCH Mfg. Co.
FORESTVILLE, CONN., U. S. A.
Directions for setting the Clock Running and keeping it in order.
The Clock can be set running without taking off the hands or dial plate. Put the Pendulum through the loop at the end of the wire at the bottom of the dial, and hang it in the stud above.
Oil the pallets or ends of the part commonly called the verge, the pin on which the verge plays, and the wire that carries the pendulum at the place where it touches the rod. One drop of oil is sufficient for the whole.
Care should be taken not to wind the Clock until the cord is put upon the pulley in the partition, and also at the top of the case, and the weights put on. The light weight on the strike side of the Clock.
To wind up the weights, put on the key with the handle down, turn from the figure VI, and turn steady until the weight is up. If the hands want moving, do it by means of the longest, turning it at any time forward, but never backward when the Clock is within fifteen minutes of striking; and in no case farther than to carry the minute hand up to the figure XII.
Directions for Regulating the Clock.
This is done by means of a screw at the bottom of the pendulum. If the Clock should go too fast, lower the ball; if too slow, raise it.