- Nov 23, 2021
Hey guys. I have a Howard Miller grandfather clock circa 2006 with the moon phases. The clock recently broke as in one of the pendulum gears stripped, dropping one of the weights. I was told I need a new movement as the old one could not be fixed. I was then told the new movement was going to cost me $750. Is this a reasonable sum for repair? There are not alot of clock repair people where I live so my options are limited but I do not wish to get overcharged. I already paid a $200 home service charge to have the clock looked at. It is a model 610-569.