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    Clocks - Dealers & Repair in Orange

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    Business Listing   AA&T Products - Orange, CA - Phone: (800) 577-8666

    Business Listing   Americana Clocks - Orange, CA - Phone: (714) 997-0923

    Business Listing   Associated Business Products - Orange, CA - Phone: (714) 634-3999

    Business Listing   Clock Master - Orange, CA - Phone: (714) 997-4029

    Business Listing   Daniel's Jewelers - Orange, CA - Phone: (714) 283-4036

    Business Listing   Elegance in Time - Orange, CA - Phone: (714) 771-5711

    Business Listing   Gary Hill Jewelers - Orange, CA - Phone: (714) 998-4051

    Business Listing   Time Center - Orange, CA - Phone: (714) 538-7546

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    Helpful Definition for: Clocks - Dealers & Repair

    The clock shops in Orange are full service shops specializing in sales, repairs and total restoration of antique and vintage clocks, whether they be wall, mantel, shelf, marine, cuckoo, time clocks or floor standing clocks. Clock repair services in Orange address problems like pendulums swinging too fast or too slow, weights refusing to fall, and when chimes are out of sequence. The overhauling is done with inspection of gears for wear and damage; all parts are cleaned in an ultrasonic cleaner, polishing/lubricating the parts, replacing parts, and the movement is then assembled; a test run is performed for the set to be ready for use.

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