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How to stop pins and needles in fingers

Get Rid of Pins and Needles in Your Hands by Moving Your Head. That tingling feeling when your hand or foot falls asleep (a condition known as paresthesia) sure is aggravating. You can wake your hand up in under a minute, however, just by rocking your head side to side.

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I have Timex SR 920 SW watch, how to adjust the date and day?

Adjust the day of month (1-31) by pulling the crown pin out part way, and turning the pin counter clockwise, incrementing the date arm. Counterclockwise does nothing.

To adjust day of week (Mon-Sun), pull the pin out and rotate to turn minute/hour hands. Each time you pass 12:00, the weekday hand will increment by a half step.

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Its too big to fit my hand good but also i cannot shorten it enouph so it can fit me without being extremely tight. Is there an alternate way to shorten it. I noticed 4 holes where the clasp is and was...

Some clasps have holes in them to allow you to adjust the straps in smaller steps than removing links.

It sounds as though yours in one of these.

The pins are spring loaded just like the ones used to fasten the strap to the lugs of the watch, so you can apply a probe to one end of the pin with one hand, while applying a gentle force in the direction you wish the strap to go with the other hand.

Then do the same with the other side and repeat as needed.

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How to change links in relic watch

Watch links are usually either pin type or screws. If you look at the side of each link where it connects to the next link you will be able to tell as a screw has a slot and a pin doesn't. It's most likely a pin and in that case, the cheap way to do it is by using a standard cork board push pin. If it's too difficult to do by hand, use a small hammer. If that doesn't work take it to a mall jeweler and have them do it for you. Usually charge $10. Ideally, there a is a special tool to remove link pins and you can get them online for cheap.
The screw types just require a really tiny precision screwdriver.

Nov 23, 2010 | Watches

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How do i shorten a Casio Protrek titanium band watch????

On my new ProTrek PRW-3000T, there are the small collars which douglasjryan describes. Looking closely at them, I believe that they are not directional (you can re-insert them either way, which is convenient, because they do tend to come flying out at unexpected moments after you've removed a pin). Neither are the pins directional, as far as I can tell. (I think it is this clever and easy to use, and probably more durable, collar design, which eliminates the need for the split-end fragile pins of the past).

I was able to do everything with only hand strength, a very small jewellers' screwdriver to act as the pin pusher, the requisite needlenose pliers to pull the pins out once the pin pusher has extended the pin end by 2-3mm from the bracelet link, and an old toothbrush (great idea, Arturs Kalnins, thanks!) handle to push the pins back in.

To amplify Arturs Kalnins' admonition - the pins go back in following the same direction they came out. That is to say, you push from the edge of the bracelet link which has the arrow etched in it to get the pin out, and you put the pin back in starting from that same edge of the bracelet link which has the arrow etched in it.

A note about pushing the pins back in. Although they seem to be stronger than the pins of the past, you still would not want to apply a sideways force to them. So, start inserting the pin back in with fingers, or using the needlenose pliers gently, to get the end of the pin inserted through the first edge of the bracelet link and into the collar, then continue gently pushing, being quite careful to push only straight (this is particularly important if using a toothbrush handle) until the pin is pushed through the collar and into the centre section of the bracelet link. Before trying to force the pin the last few millimetres, make sure that the bracelet links are lined up - if you are using only hand strength as I did, instead of a bracelet holder, it is easy for the pin to be inserted through one edge, through the collar, through the centre of the link, and to have the band slightly twisted so that the other edge of the link is not lined up with the pin hole. Once the links are aligned, continue pushing with the toothbrush handle to sink the pin the rest of the way.

I found that the end of the toothbrush (at least, the old one that I used, which has a rounded end) makes a convenient pusher for the last fraction of a millimetre to get the pin end flush with the bracelet link edge.

Thanks everyone, you made the process of sizing my watch band (I had to remove four links) quick and easy!

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Can I reset the second hand and the lower dial on the watch?

long answer with info given, but this is what will explain it all that small subdial at the 6 area is the second hand that runs at all times, large red hand is stop watch seconds,allso on the center pin is the minute hand for stopwatch 2 o,clock subdial is tenths of a second, for stop watch 10 o,clock subdial is hours for stop watch

Jul 09, 2010 | Tag Heuer cj1110.ba0576 Wristwatch

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I have been given a casio wave ceptor wvq 570 as a present. Unfortunately the plastic strap keeps detaching itself, by pulling the strap pin out. The strap seems undamaged but has a lot of play round the...

If the pin keeps coming out, then it seems likely that it is bent.

This can happen if the watch is fastened very tightly and your hand bends back until it strains the pin.

I suggest that you go to a jeweler and have a new one fitted.

Jan 12, 2010 | Casio Wave Ceptor Watch WVA105

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Watch hands need fixing, re-oil, either watch battery or mechanism need fixing rado watch from the 80's or 90's

I had the same problem , you need to go to a watch store and buy a watch pin to fix the band ,they should install the pin for you .

Jun 19, 2008 | Rado Watches

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1) un-screw the pin by turning it towards you, until the spring pops it out. 2) pull the pin out to the next notch 3) turn the pin towards you and watch the date change (if the minute hand is moving when you turn the pin, you pulled out too far).

Apr 15, 2008 | Rolex Explorer II 16570 Wrist Watch

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The Pin which holds the watch band in place keeps coming out

you should be able to contact timex and order the pins directly

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