Adjust alarm mechanisms and lubricate moving parts of clock assemblies.
What does an Alarm Mechanism Adjuster do?
Adjusts alarm mechanism and lubricates moving parts of electric alarm clock assemblies, using handtools: Clamps lead wires of clock motors to current outlet. Bends alarm striker, turns alarm indicators to specified setting, and pulls and turns set shafts to adjust and set alarm, using tweezers, pliers, and knife. Observes mechanism in operation to verify freedom of moving parts. Lubricates moving parts, using brush and lubricant. Places acceptable assemblies on conveyor for further processing and places defective assemblies in tray for repair. Tallies number of mechanisms adjusted, using counter, and records production.