Posted 2/19/2019 21:25 (#7331719 - in reply to #7331612) Subject: RE: Grandfather clock
East Central Kansas
There is a frequent poster on here that has mentioned he either works at a clock repair shop or is a clock hobbyist. I'm sure he can help guide you with the proper cleaning. I will try to find his name and let you know. He may know of guys who work on clocks in your part of the world.
I'm guessing the clock has enough wear in the bearings/shafts/gears that there is binding occurring when everything gets synchronized just right, and then it will stop. Also need to be sure the clock is setting level side-to-side and front-to-back. Hopefully just a proper cleaning will get it running again.
Could you post a pic of it on here, just curious what it looks like.