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Tonight my wife was commenting on the decades old clock we have had since we have been married ( 20 years ). This, as I was destroying an ...
So, the first step was to gather the parts ( out of the trash ). I quickly retrieved the 12 keys from the destroyed phone. Though I won't ...
I carefully removed the hands and the current face. It was just a piece of paper made to look antique. This really is not just yellowed with time! ...
When I removed the current clock face and mechanism, I discovered that this clock was actually another clock used in this frame. I might have made this repair ...
Finally, the time came to glue down the numbers. Here is a "dry" run to help me test that the glass cover would not hide the numbers and ...
After a little dissapointment about the buttons not in alignment and a little glue I got on the paper - I convinced myself to hang this on the ...
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