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The tip of the barrel. The muzzle. That doesn't make very good sense, since the barrel is one piece, surrounded by the slide, which is also one piece. Is it possible that you need the front sight?

You will very probably need to take it to a local gunsmith for repairs.

Smith & Wesson... | Answered on Jul 30, 2014


Remove the back panel to gain access to innards. Remove battery and replace. Replace panel.

Smith & Wesson... | Answered on Jan 17, 2017


It is a numbered ring surrounding the crystal [ glass ] which should be rotatable to bring the numbers to where you need them for various purposes....it has a spring loaded detent [ click! ] for each position....but , be warned,......some are fake ,decorative only, & dont work........jimbanjo

Smith & Wesson... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


What have you been shooting ???? My advice is strip it & examine closely for other damage & take good close up pics from all angles & contact the maker....this is a serious problem not to be entrusted to your average local gunsmith............jimbanjo

Smith & Wesson... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


I did it the long and slow way! I did search again and found this answer after the long haul!

When you pull out the stem, there are two clicks. Do it gently and you will notice when the first click is engaged (by sound or feeling with your fingers). The first click position is exactly for the date adjustment.
For me the click was very faint! Good luck! Now I have the watch with the three interchangeable bands!

Smith & Wesson... | Answered on Aug 19, 2014


Common problem with these clips. I just bought a new SD40 yesterday and both clips rattle. Nothing you can really do. I read on a forum where a guy swapped the lower place and spring from a glock 23 clip and it fixed it.

Smith & Wesson... | Answered on Jan 17, 2013


You need to go to S&W website to determine what kind of warranty you might have. There should be a link to register their products if sold with their name.

Smith & Wesson... | Answered on Jan 22, 2011


First, reset the clock to 0:00 hours. The instant the clicking stops, pop out the battery. The second hand stem should be at 0:00 hours. The front cover can only be removed from the bottom. Put both thumbs at the bottom of the font cover and push inward, but not too forcefully (Junghans stopped selling replacement covers shortly after dropping the product line and they are nearly impossible to find). The center should lift up enough to slide a thin credit/promotion/gift card under the center tab on the bottom. Then work the card up either slide to disengage the other four tabs. The five tabs are located at the bottom center, one each on both straight sides alligned with the top of the digital display, one at 7.5 minutes, and the last one at 52.5 minutes. That is easy part. Now comes the hard one You then need to glue the second hand back onto its stem. Superglue (cyanoacrylate based) works best. The second hand must be attached perfectly level or it could scrape the cover, the clock face, and the other hands as it rotates on a tilt. Practice a few times before applying the glue. You will notice that the socket on the second hand fits the stem very loosely. Once you are ready to glue, apply one drop of superglue on the second hand socket and mount it on the centermost stem and hold it perfectly still and in proper alignment and steady for a minute or so for the glue to set. Once the glue dries, put the battery in and let it run long enough to determine if the second hand is in correct alignment. Remove the battery again. Make certain the clock face is completely free of dust and dirt before reattachment of the cover. Insert the cover from the top down snapping the five tabs into place. It may be necessary to reverse the removal process. Then you can reinsert the battery. The process worked for me when mine was accidentally knocked onto the carpet and the second hand was detached from the force of the impact. In fact, I can no longer tell which one I performed the repair on.

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Here is the manual

https://www.solsuno.com/solsunoinstructionenglish.pdf

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Question is ........................

Watches | Answered on Sep 22, 2020


A jeweler can open it up and tell you.

Watches | Answered on Sep 19, 2020


I need the manual for Invicta Reserve 6207

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Videos

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Watches | Answered on Sep 03, 2020


i see nothing here

Watches | Answered on Aug 26, 2020


The battery type may be indicated on the back. In any event, a jeweler can tell you.

Watches | Answered on Aug 25, 2020


This suggests one of three alternatives are at play: 1) You don't have the manual to the watch and thus don't know the sequence to turn off the alarm n chime; 2) You have the manual and it is inaccurate. 3) The watch is defective.

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Watches | Answered on Aug 24, 2020

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