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What’s the procedure for winding a regulator wall clock? It has 3 keyholes on the face and comes with a key?

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    My parents went on vacation and I would like to know how to wind it without breaking it!

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    Our regulator clock has two holes. You put the key in and slow turn until it become tight, but do not force it more. Each one will turn about the same amount of times. Most clocks run for 30 days, I wind ours every other week.

    The worse is it stops while your parents are away and they just wind and re-set the clcok if you are worried!

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