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if you don't know how to check for fakes,then you need to get out of the business,you DO NOT go by any numbers or serial numbers,those are just as easy to fake ,too,you didn't say what kind of bag,so,i assumed it was gucci,the bag sells for 22 bucks,all bags have zippers that dont stick,threading that is straight,emblems that are centered in every cut of the bag,coach has a certain way that the use their emblem,here is a gucci,you need to learn how to google or bing search or people will take advantage of you. http://www.soopos.ru/coach-messenger-bag-p-41992.html
Hold the zipper that both sides are parallel then go upwards then downwards . Once u go upwards look it could be a little thread stuck in it . Coz it's a plastic zipper it happens just get it replaced .
I have a 1475. I've generally found that this occurs when the needle thread tension is too low; the thread, having looped around the bobbin, isn't getting pulled back up because the tension is low enough that thread can be pulled from the spool more easily than the needle thread can be pulled back up from below the work. In some cases, switching to a larger needle is required; a bigger needle makes a bigger hole, which means it's easier for the thread to be pulled back up. (And if you switched to a heavier thread for the zipper, then you probably needed to go up to a larger needle anyway. Just because the thread will go through the eye, that doesn't mean the needle's the right size.)
Fog in the scope means moister inside. You can try and dry it out, take the rear lens off and using a hair drier heat the tube and the lens separate. Do not blow air inside it may damage the cross hairs. You can try and pressurize the tube so it will not happen again. You will need a large clear zip lock baggy the biggest you can find. Once your scope has been heated with the hair drier. Put the scope in the bag. and try to draw out all the air inside. You can use a Vacuum cleaner. if you get enough air out you can reinstall the adjustment lens on and the tube should stay in a vacuum for a season or two. You can also put vasiline on the threads to help seal the vacuum. You can also try to use gas, you can use gas from a paint ball gun cylinder to pressurize the scope. Put the scope in the bag pressurize the bag and reassemble the scope with the gas inside.
I take it that your slider won't connect the two sides of the zipper but just slides along.
This is a common problem and is caused by the slider having opened up a bit.
Get a pair of pliers and gently squeeze the slider front to back so it'stighter on the zipper, this should do the trick.
(Check the zipper for a cracks first, if it's cracked this will be a very temporary fix.) There is acompany that makes a replacement slider that can be fitted to an existing zipper called ZlideOn www.zlideon.se
I carry a pair of these in my backpack, one latrge size for the tent and one that fits my jacket/sleeping bag/inner tent.
Go to a good camping store and ask them who does the repair on their gear. Once you have a contact you can find out what cost the zip will be. If the zip is not damaged but just derailed they may be able to fix it without replacing the zip