Introduction

For this repair guide, I will instruct the user on replacing the clock's Bell Hammer. Some people use the alarm clock for reasons other than telling time. They use the clock's alarm to remind them of something or to wake them up at a certain time in the morning or evening. The Bell Hammer is located on top of the clock between the two bells. When the alarm goes off, it strikes the two bells in a rapid motion. To replace the Bell Hammer, the user must remove the back of the clock in order to get inside the clock's inner apparatus. From there, the user can remove the bell hammer.

Using a Phillip's Screwdriver, remove the three screws on the back cover of the clock. Using a Phillip's Screwdriver, remove the three screws on the back cover of the clock. Using a Phillip's Screwdriver, remove the three screws on the back cover of the clock.
  • Using a Phillip's Screwdriver, remove the three screws on the back cover of the clock.

Using your hands, remove the back cover of the clock by grasping it and pulling it upwards.
  • Using your hands, remove the back cover of the clock by grasping it and pulling it upwards.

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Using a Phillips Screwdriver, remove the Cellinoid Cover from inner clock apparatus. Using a Phillips Screwdriver, remove the Cellinoid Cover from inner clock apparatus.
  • Using a Phillips Screwdriver, remove the Cellinoid Cover from inner clock apparatus.

Using your fingers, remove the bell hammer from the inner apparatus of clock. Using your fingers, remove the bell hammer from the inner apparatus of clock.
  • Using your fingers, remove the bell hammer from the inner apparatus of clock.

Remove the clock's bell hammers and you are finished. Be sure to replace the old bell hammers with new ones.
  • Remove the clock's bell hammers and you are finished. Be sure to replace the old bell hammers with new ones.

  • Starting from Step 5, repeat each previous step to reassemble the clock.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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