Analog clock movements (with clock hands, not digital) don’t just float in the air; they are always attached to something when they are telling time. It can be a traditional wood or metal clock case, or a novelty case such as a sea shell, mounted photo, tennis racquet or 12″ vinyl record. Almost anything. Eventually though, they get old and need to be replaced. It’s pretty easy if you follow our simple instructions.
To remove the clock movement you will need to remove the clock hands first. If you have a second hand, this will normally pull off. Thin needle nosed pliers can be used to pull upward on the back of the second hand near the hub to remove.