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Published on Sep 13, 2015
If you go to: www.coastaltideclocks.com They have a 724 Movement clock
First thing you do is make sure the printout of the clock pattern fits inside the clock you are putting it in. This might require reducing the size of the printout.
Next, disassemble the clock and clock mechanism. Or at least remove the second and minute hands from the clock. All this can be done with basic tools.
Then center the printout pattern over the clock. Press or tape it down and reassemble.
If it's the regular clock with just the hour hand, try and point the hour hand at the center of the "hour box" at the top of the hour." For example, if it's 11:00, point the hour hand directly at the center of the "5" box.
If you're also doing the weekly clock, try and set the day at sundown. That would the beginning point of day where the lines of the inner circle meet. For example if it's Sabbath, point it right at the beginning of the yellow.