Re: Clock built into cabinets stopped working
Can you post a picture of the clock face and from behind?
Most battery clocks are held in place by a nut that tightens down behind where the hands attach. Pull the hands off and remove the nut, the motor will drop out the back. Obviously, you would need access to the back of the clock to remove it in this manner.
Considering that the cabinets/house are 1969, it is likely that the clock is electrically *****ed, not battery *****ed. That being said, it will be hard wired from the back, requiring access to disconnect the clock for cleaning, inspection, or repair.
Has any electrical work been done since you've noticed the clock not working? Is it possible that the ***** to the clock was severed at that time?
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