Sessions clock inside view
I was given an old Sessions mantel clock that had a broken suspension spring which I have now replaced. However it is very grime covered (as far as the brass workings go) and it would run only for a few seconds then the pendulum slows and stops even though the clock is completely wound. it had run for weeks much too fast without the new suspension spring but is now not. Is it the grime that is stopping my clock ? Can I clean it myself with very little clock knowledge. Also I have no idea what model it is because I no back door for it. I hope you can help.
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