Fixing Pendulum Clocks?

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To begin fixing pendulum clocks, one will first need to begin with finding out what exactly is wrong with the clock. Some of the most common issues with a pendulum clock will include problems with the adjustment or the height of the pendulum, issues with tangled chains or chains that are too close to the floor when extended, and a pendulum beat that is not rhythmic or steady. These issues are usually fixed by adjusting the pendulum through screw tightening or lengthening.
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Christian Huygens, a Dutch scientist, invented the pendulum clock in 1656. These types of clocks have to remain stationary, as any movement will cause timekeeping problems.
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1 Wind the clock fully, set the time correctly and let it run for one week exactly at which point record how many minutes fast/slow it is (call it M). Ad 2 Measure the number of turns
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