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It's actually a lot easier than you realize to make your own jewelry and it's certainly a lot cheaper. If you are even slightly creative and enjoying crafts, then jewelry making could be a great hobby that you do for yourself and for family and friends. I've made necklaces and bracelets to match outfits for special occasions for myself and also for my closest friends. It's actually a really personal way to give a gift.
Here are some basic tips:
If you see a piece of jewelry that you like, try and either take a photo or draw a picture of it, so you can base your design around it later. (I didn't say copy it exactly).
Find a good place to source your materials. There are some great bead and jewelry shops tucked away that sale a wide range of beads and thread materials to choose from. Even though some of the fancier beads can still work out to be expensive, it's still a fraction of the price of buying it ready made.
You don't need to invest in a lot of jewelry making equipment but you will need wire to thread on to and clasps for closing.
Ask in the jewelry shops for advice about basic tools to get you started.
Most importantly - have fun. Play around with colors and textures and be adventurous. You can always undo necklaces and re-use the beads somewhere else.
In my experience the letters rise counter-clockwise from the 4 o'clock position. so, A would be at 4. B at 2. C at 10 and d at 7. Usually the A is a mode selector and B, C and D control the hands and day/date (if you have them) try press B to control day/date and C for changing time forward and D for changing time backwards - whichever is the shortest way. If you have a 12/24 mode, make sure you are in the right zone is matched with the time and am/pm setting.
come on just take it to any store that sells batteries and some time they will open it up and sell you and install a new battery or just ask while out shopping and you see a battery display. I have had a large dept store do it for me and did not by a battery. There is a local small jewelry store that run a $3 coupon that right a $3.00 coup they will open and remove old and install new also if all fail read instuction if you saved them and last some time on the back of thr watch it will have the battery #.
Hello. I understand how hard it is to read some of those instructions. Here is a link for you to copy/ paste that takes you to Western Digital. They bought Hitachi. This is the PDF instructions that you need to be able to install the software correctly to do your backup. http://www.hgst.com/hdd/support/pdf/Quick-Start_LifeStudio_Desk.pdf Hope this helps you..
Sorry, I don't have wiring diagram for Malibu ML300, and have not taken one apart. And I would like to see what you have. Other people have written asking how to reassemble various timers, and I recommend turning back the hands of time and photographing each part before it is taken off.
Here's what we can do: Photograph what you have using 'macro' setting on camera for close-ups, and then post photos on flickr or piccassa. Then add a comment with link to photos. Possibly we can puzzle it back together.