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Thanks William for your explanation. The case of this clock is rather good, but the seat of the clock is not mounted plumb and level in the case, if you see what I mean. It is inclined about 5 degrees. I was reluctant to correct that with the crutch, but maybe that’s the way to go, or correct the position of the seat in the case, by plugging the wood as described by Mahlon and screwing it in correctly. The latter would be my preference since it corrects the root of the problem instead of working around it. The only thing is that I don’t have any experience in woodwork, but hey a few years ago I did not know anything about clocks, watches, metalwork and machining either.