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Don't see the original clock part you are looking for? Not sure exactly what size part your clock needs? We can help you select the right parts for your anniversary clock. Just call us, or send us an email describing what you are looking for, and attach a close up picture of your clock's back plate, and the pendulum.

We want to encourage people who may have an interest in repairing their own anniversary clocks, or who may be thinking about a career in clock repair. See our website www.thehorolovarcompany.com for the following how-to information:

How to build and install a suspension unit
How to put your anniversary clock in beat
How to install a new Horolovar mainspring
How to oil your anniversary clock movement

The Horolovar 400 Day Clock Repair Guide is the most accurate and complete reference available. With it, you can compare your clock's back plate with those in the book to find who made the clock, approximately when it was first made, what size mainspring and suspension spring the clock requires, and for the post WWII clocks, a drawn to scale diagram of the clock's suspension unit, with the fork located in the optimal operating position. It is an indispensible tool if you plan to work on many anniversary clocks.