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How do I change the battery on my Polo watch?


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? STEP 2 TOOLS NEEDED:
Prying tool, non-metal tweezers, small screwdriver, battery tester, cleaning cloth, screw holding tweezers, watch closing hand press, polishing cloth
Place the watch in the case holding vise. Clamp the watch in the case holding vise by opening the two halves of the block. Place the watch in the middle, and gently release or tighten the two halves so that they hold the watch firmly (2a).
If the watchband does not unbuckle or unclasp, separate the band by pressing down with the pointed tool to remove the spring-loaded pin that connects the band to the clasp or watch (2b).
3a 3b 3c
? STEP 3
Remove the back. Look for the groove between the round back and the watchcase (3a). Gently insert the case knife beneath the lip which is usually opposite the stem or the nine o'clock position. (3b).
Work the knife into the groove between the round back and the watchcase. Twist the tool to snap off back (3c).
4a 4b 4c
? STEP 4
Remove the batteries. IMPORTANT: Before removing batteries, be sure to note which side is up. You'll have to put the new batteries in exactly the same. In some watches, the batteries are held in by a small metal clip. If so, carefully follow these directions for removing them.
SPRING CLIP: Lift up one end of the metal clip with the fine point tweezers-it will come out. Then, remove the batteries (4a).
SCREW ON CLIP: Remove the screws with the small screwdriver (4b). Be careful not to lose them. Caution: Clip may spring out; maintain pressure or screw may be ejected.
PERMANENT CLIP: Lift the outside edge of the battery out of its compartment with the small screwdriver (4c).
5a ? STEP 5
Test the batteries. See the battery tester for operating instructions. IMPORTANT: If the watch has two batteries and only one tests "replace", replace both batteries. If both batteries test "good", there is some- thing wrong with the watch. Refer to your watchmaker.
? STEP 6
Locate replacement batteries. Read the number on the old battery. Find the same number in the Star Struck Cross Reference Guide (6a). Choose the corresponding battery listed in the Cross Reference Guide from the Star Struck battery assortment cabinet (6b).
? STEP 7
Clean the battery compartment. Check the battery compartment for dirt and remove it. If you find corrosion, refer to your watchmaker.
? STEP 8
Install new batteries. IMPORTANT: Be sure to test the new batteries before installing. For tester settings, follow manufacturer's instructions. Install the new Star Struck battery(s) with the same side up as the one(s) you replaced. Remember the watch won't work if the batteries are put in wrong.
SPRING CLIP: Place one end of the spring clip in place and push the other end into its slot (8a).
SCREW-ON CLIP: Place the clip over the new batter- ies. Hold the screw with the screw holding tweezers to start it in to the hole. Tighten the screw (8b).
? STEP 9
Close the watch. IMPORTANT: If there is a rubber sealing gasket in the back of the watch, make sure it is lined up properly before closing the back. Snap a metal adapter that is slightly smaller than the watch back into the upper jaw of the press. Place the support plate into the bottom of the press and fit a plastic ring adapter large enough to hold the watch into the support plate. Place the watch face down into the plastic ring adapter and press gently on handle until the watch snaps into place.
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? STEP 10Clean the watch. Gently wipe the watch to remove any fingerprints or smudges.
? STEP 11Reset the watch. Reset the watch and make sure it is working. In analog watches, if there is no
second hand, observe the minute hand through a magnifying glass until you detect movement.

Sep 10, 2015 | U.S. Polo Assn Mens Rose Gold & Black...

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How to fix a clogged Poweredge vacuum


Check canister and holes for blockage and remove, also remove hair from rotating brushes with scissors or tweezers.

Jul 14, 2014 | Bissell PowerEdge Hard Floor Vacuum Filter...

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I am a man and have recently got into the idea of hair removal for myself. Are tweezers an effective way to remove my hair? I am scared about the idea of waxing.


Tweezers are good for small areas that need hair removal such as; eyebrows, nose, knuckles and around the nipple area. But this would be much too time consuming and painful to do on large areas of your skin.

Feb 18, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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How does electrolysis actually remove hair? I just dont see how it works.


You plug electrolysis machines into the electricity, and then volts of electricity are channeled through the tweezers , which zaps the hair follicle. Usually that follicle is then destroyed and the hair doesn't regrow.

You have to be really careful to follow the instructions carefully in order to avoid skin burn and other injuries.

Feb 18, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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How do you remove hair from your eyebrows with tweezers?


It's good that you're asking because if you want to pluck your own eyebrows with tweezers, you really need to do your research first so that your don't end up looking really silly.

Take a look at this feature on Oprah's website. It gives a really detailed tutorial about plucking your own eyebrows and what shape to choose etc;

http://www.mako.co.il/mako-vod-mako/documentary-s1/VOD-343177f0c077e21006.htm

Feb 18, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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How does electrolysis work?


You remove each hair separately by using a needle to destroy the growth of the hair with heat or chemical energy. The hair is then taken away using tweezers.

Jan 10, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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How to clean a remington EP6010 epilator?


AFTER EACH USE
CLEANING THE EPILATION HEAD Ensure the epilator is turned off and disconnected from the mains. Press the head release button/s and open the head assembly. (Diagram G) Turn the head assembly upside down. Using your thumbs, push the small sides together and push the epilation head upwards. This releases the curved epilation head. Brush the accumulated hair from the tweezers by turning the barrel manually. NOTE: The body of the epilator is not washable. Do not submerge in water.
TO REMOVE RESIDUE To remove residue from the stainless steel tweezers, dampen a swab with alcohol. Gently run the swab over the tweezers until the residue has been removed.

Online Manual: http://uk.remington-europe.com/pdf/ep6010_user_manual.pdf

Feb 28, 2011 | Remington Health & Beauty

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Fossil Explorer watch BQ9381. It has 3 batteries. 2 are held with small screws and can easily be replaced. But the other one, how do you remove it?


This watch is relatively simple to work on, though you have a total of nine (9) screws, three (3) batteries of two different types, a spring-pin in the wristband, and an o-ring seal to contend with. Nonetheless, you should be able to do this in half an hour with the following tools: Fine tweezers, preferably curved tip; these tweezers should be able to draw blood if you poke yourself lightly with them. Miniature (jewlery) screwdriver set, with tips no wider than the thickness of a dime. Clean toothbrush. Mouse pad for a work surface (optional but highly recommended). READ ALL OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE DOING ANYTHING. If you feel you are not up to the task, take it to a jeweler or reputable watch retailer (NOT WALMART!!!)1. Disconnect the 12 o'clock half of the wristband from the clasp. Remove the pin, and re-install it into the clasp so you don't lose it, or simply set it aside if you're afraid of it launching.2. Remove the four Philips-head screws from the caseback. Lift off the caseback and check the o-ring seal. If it starts to come off, remove it and set it aside.
3. There are three batteries in this watch: two (2) 392 silver oxides (they may also say 41, 192, or 384) run the analog movement and are held in place by two (2) Philips-head screws each, and one (1) 364 (it probably says 621) silver oxide running the digital circuit. It is best to replace all three at once to get the maximum life out of each battery per change to minimize damage to the seal by unnecessarily opening the watch several times.
4. Using a pair of tweezers, carefully remove the self-adhesive insulators that cover the two larger 392 batteries; set them aside adhesive side up where they won't get in the way. Then remove the two Philips-head screws from each battery clip. After removing the first one, the second will likely get "stuck" in the clip as the contact pushes it upward at an angle, engaging it with the threads. Don't worry about that, but do be careful not to lose either the screw or the clip. Repeat for the second 392 battery.
5. Remove the one slotted-head screw from the 364 battery clip. You may need tweezers to remove the screw, clip, and battery from the battery recess. DO NOT TRY TO DROP OR SHAKE THESE OUT.
6. At this time, you may want to clean the perimeter of the watch opening where the o-ring seal will be replaced. Use a toothbrush and try to scrub away any dirt. Don't brush across the open PCB of the watch as you will get dirt inside it that way. Gently work your way around the outside.
7. Installation is reverse of removal. Remember, there is ONE of the smaller 364 batteries down in the recess, and there are TWO of the larger batteries on top.
8. When you have ensured that all five battery screws have been properly replaced, and the self adhesive plastic insulators have been positioned properly and are sticking to the clips on the 392 batteries clips, hold the o-ring seal between your fingers only tight enough that you can pull it through your fingertips with little effort. Wipe the entire o-ring seal in this manner for several rotations.
9. Gently stretch the o-ring around the perimeter of the opening. Use tweezers to position it, then hold it down on one edge and work the tweezers between the inside of the o-ring seal and the outside perimeter of the opening so that it guides it into place. It may try to "roll" out of position; keep running the tweezers around the perimeter until the "roll" works itself out and the o-ring seal stays seated nicely in position on its own.
10. Replace the caseback, ensuring that the orientation is correct: the top of the text will be in the 12 o'clock position, which is where the band that was disconnected from the clasp is. The crown knob will be facing left with the watch face-down while the text is legible.
11. Re-connect the band to the clasp. Insert the pin into the end of the band, then insert one end of the pin into the clasp. Angle the other end in and if your band hasn't twisted around too much, you may need to use your tweezers to compress the pin into place. Rotate the pin and band until both ends find their hole.
12. I did mine in about 15 minutes, and no additional work was needed to "restart" the watch although the time needed to be set, obviously. Your results may vary. The digital portion was not dead when I replaced its battery. I am not responsible for lost or damaged watch components. I'm just a guy on the internet.

Sep 06, 2010 | Watches

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My Mom order this product and never used it. She


This interchangeable tweezers device (pat. pending) will do wonders for the way you feel about yourself. When you follow these simple instructions, Emjoi Beauty Forever will rid you of unwanted hair for the long haul! You can decide whether to use the coil-tweezers or the gold-plated tweezers based on these broad criteria:
The coil-tweezers enable you to clean out at a time a multiple number of unwanted hair (most notably, at the bikini line and some facial hair).
The gold-plated tweezers are intended to remove individual unwanted hair (like those on the eyebrow or on the breasts).
To use Emjoi Beauty Forever efficiently, please read carefully the enclosed Instruction Manual and pay a special attention to the following:
Clasp the unwanted hair with the Emjoi Beauty Forever's coil tweezers or gold-plated tweezers. At the same time, press the handle button for 15-20 seconds. The indicator light on the inside panel (near the adapter outlet) lights more brightly and will remain so during the application.
Slide the hair out gently in the direction it grows. If the hair doesn't slide out easily (some hair is more stubborn than other), gently tweeze it out. Even the coarsest hair is removed with a lasting effect by the Emjoi Beauty Forever's unique epilation treatment.
These helpful tips will assure extra-effective epilation!
The shorter the hair, the better the results. Preferably, hair should be no longer than 2-3 mm (1/10 in.)
Your skin should be completely clean before treatment.
To make skin more supple and relaxed, wash with warm water and gently massage.
Make sure no radios, TVs, or cordless phones are operating during treatment since they may interfere with RF transmission.
If a hair remains after 3-4 consecutive treatments, tweeze it. It has been sufficiently treated. There are some hair roots that need more treatments, particularly those that are dark and thick, or near throat, chin, lips, thighs and bikini lines.

Mar 08, 2010 | Emjoi Beauty Forever Epilator

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