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good question and one i had a sense of the answer, but didn't really know.
that's what google's for, and here's what i found:
For mechanical watches, no. Quartz movement watches are usually safe. ... The reason moving the time in reverse is harmful on mechanical watches is because the mechanisms are only designed to move forward, so reversing their movement can cause stress on the parts.
on the 7s26, as you likely know, a trick to 'hack' or stop the seconds hand to set time is to slightly twist the crown backwards slightly until the seconds hand stops. this takes some practice and isn't really moving the hands backwards, just stalling them.
many SKX diver owners have used this for years with no ill effects, including myself. but as said, that's not really turning the hands backwards to set time.
also, a trick on vostok autos and manual winds as a kind of 'quickset' date is to move hands past 12 so the new date clicks over, and then reverse hands 15 minutes, then again move past 12 to click the date over again, repeating until you get to the date you want.
i've done that before, and many people do. not sure if it's recommended. even if not, these movements are so robust you wouldn't notice the damage. but on higher grade/cost movements i certainly wouldn't do it, but most of those are quickset anyway.
so the 7s26 trick is not really moving hands backwards, but as for changing the date with vostoks it's still such a hassle that i just don't bother with the date on them...so there can be no damage.
thanks for the question and cheers.

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Depending on the country you are living, it is likely to be the flapper valve at the bottom leaking slowly. The sound you hear is the tank refilling a half inch. Take the top off and have a look. Changing the flapper is easy and takes no more than 5 minutes. There is a video at the top of this page. No great hurry to fix it, but you are using more water if you are on a meter.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Changing+the+flapper

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Contact the manufacturer parts department!

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I'm having the same problem. Did you ever find a solution?

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How do you change the battery in the no touch thermometers by medline

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Pull the battery cover down to reveal the battery!
The battery cover is the darker colour end!
Replacement is a reversal of removal!

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Push the button in the middle of the connector. After you hear a click, pull the plug with force away from the connector while holding firm with the connector.

Home | Answered on May 26, 2020


Hello,
Several things can cause this problem- if you post a picture of the inside of the tank so we can have a good look at how the fill/stop mechanism operates that would be great. We could more than likely identify some type of problem and solution. Not all flush/fill mechanisms are not the same but thats surely where your problem is UNLESS its in your water lines. I would love to help you just please provide photos and as much information as you can.
Good luck!
Mr.Mike

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on May 20, 2020


https://writeupcafe.com/blog/cryptocurrency/1255530-atomic-wallet-support-number??1856-254-3098??/

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However, Atomic wallet is available in desktop and mobile versions which provides convenience. And it is a decentralized wallet where you will get private key for every coin you store in it. It is an open source wallet which means no one can infuse any malicious code into it.
https://steemit.com/atomic/@abhijeetcg/atomic-wallet-comparison-with-other-existing-crypto-wallets

Home | Answered on May 14, 2020


Tighten the screw in the centre of the hands of your mystery clock.

Home | Answered on May 13, 2020


I believe the whole back needs to be removed I cant remember if it is pop off or held on with a screw. Battery is AA minion

Home | Answered on May 13, 2020


Have you checked to see if there is a chime mute switch that might be activated?

Chime Home | Answered on May 12, 2020


sounds like the main drain pipe is clogged up..contact a plumber asap

Home | Answered on May 12, 2020


The company says it's out of production until the Fall of 2011. It's being moved to a different manufacturing plant. The **** who made the decision didn't have enough brains to stock pile before the move. ****.

Home | Answered on May 08, 2020


Replacement style led's lamps are available for nearly any fixture. Take one of the halogens to your local box store and ask for a replacement led.

Home | Answered on May 02, 2020


Toilet tank won't fill up or is slow to fill. The most common reasons for a valve to slow down or no longer fill the tank after the flush are debris issues and the length of time a valve has been in use. ... Valves in use for a period of 7 years or more can have their working parts start to wear out. 1.
https://www.fluidmaster.com/toilet-problems/remove-fill-valve-cap-replace-seal-toilet-wont-fill-slowly-filling-tank/

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