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Take the clasp in your non-dominate hand. Use the knife with your dominate hand. Insert the tip of the knife into the side of the clasp and gently twist the knife to increase the distance between the top and bottom of the clasp. Open and close the clasp after each twist to check if it is working properly.
Box Clasps

It features a wedge-shaped piece of metal that compresses when you slide it into the other portion, or “box,” of the clasp. It clicks securely in place. To open the clasp, you simply push a lever that compresses the metal wedge, allowing it to slide out.

To open any Parker style clasp, locate the hinge on the large circular clasp and where it opens. Pull backwards to open it in line with the hinge. Do not bend side to side.
Box (aka tab insert) clasps have a tab that is inserted into a decorative frame or box. Some styles come with safety latches or safety chains in the event the tab comes out of the clasp. They are best used for lightweight necklaces, bracelets and anklets.
Sliding clasps are a relatively new concept in jewellery. They contain a silicone insert with a small hole in the centre, which will grip anything that is pushed through it, thus completing the loop and securing the piece.
Box (aka tab insert) clasps have a tab that is inserted into a decorative frame or box. Some styles come with safety latches or safety chains in the event the tab comes out of the clasp. They are best used for lightweight necklaces, bracelets and anklets.

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I have a 2001 Yamaha XL700Z Waverunner. The compression on both cylinders is about 120, it starts and runs fine – dry. Won’t quite idle, but I can start it and rev it up fine (for a short period, of course). However, as soon as it gets in the water, it will barely run – it will start and sputter and you cannot get it to run more than a few seconds or rev up. Take it back out, let it dry, starts & revs fine. It is not getting any water in the casing that I can tell, its almost as if water is getting something wet through the cooling system that I cannot see?
ANSWER : Try cleaning the carbs and the fuel lines, filter

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My bike won’t start after jump starting it, putting in gear it went dead & now the neutral light won’t shine.
& won’t start
ANSWER : Sounds like you fridge seilanoid try jump in across it with a screwdriver

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Removing a slider door to patio
ANSWER : Open the slider 7/8 of the way open and lift the slider up and out of the track. you may have to get a helper as the slider is heavy. there might be little plastic clips in the top track of the door that need to be removed before lifting the slider out.

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This is the izh 513m .177 rifle. It’s brand new. I am not sure as of what to do and the hammer want budge and the trigger won’t pull. The barrel has no tension and it won’t go up like its supposed to.
ANSWER : This could be a factory safety that the hammer and trigger do not move while in the cocked position. The barrel may be locking down purposely. Look near the spring or in the path of the barrel where it folds back up and look for a release button. What do you see?

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I have a TX500, never been used (just out of the box) and had to get an electrician to my home for this problem. It will start rolling but quits in a few seconds. The electrician believes that it is a problem in the sensor that rides at the belt. There is only one sensor in the pulley; he thinks that perhaps there should be two as there is a hole placement opposite the one that is in there. When the belt quits, it goes to a number 3 on the board which he thinks is the sensor as well. If he is correct, where do we get another magnet to place there? If he is not correct, please offer help. We did not get a owners manual in the box and surely could use one; where can we get one? Please help…thankyou
ANSWER : Hello,I believe the best thing to do at this point is to look for a way to get the manual of the device, this will give a full guide and better understanding on how to fix this problem.Check maualnguide.com to search for the manual of the device, the link provides almost all manuals to all device.Take care.

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I am trying to change the transmission oil on a 4WD stiga XK4 160 HD for the first time.
Draining went well. I have filled the reservoir but the oil is not going into the transmission. The rear clutch release lever is pulled out. the front clutch release lever can be pulled out by hand but doesn’t want to stay out. With the engine running the oil in the reservoir remains perfectly still, no bubbles.
What am I omitting to do? cheers allan
ANSWER : Checking transmission oil level

Check the oil level every time before using to ensure it is correct. The machine should be
standing on level ground.
Read off the oil level in the reservoir (9:R). It should be between the MAX and MIN marks. If necessary, top up with more oil.Type of oil:4WD – Synthetic oil 5W-50HST – SAE 10W-30 (20W-50)Draining the transmission oil1. Run the machine at variable speeds for 10-20 minutes to heat up the transmission oil.2. Position the machine completely horizontally.3. Pull out both disengagement levers.4. Place one container under the rear axle and one under the front axle.5. Open the oil reservoir by removing the cover. Only a 3/8″ square drive may be used for the oil plug. Other tools will damage the plug.6. Remove the oil plug from the rear axle. Clean the hole and use a 3/8″ square drive.7. Remove 2 drain plugs from the front axle. Use a 12 mm socket. Allow the oil in the front axle and pipes to run out.8. Check that the gaskets on the drain plugs of the front axle are intact. Reinstall the plugs. Tightening torque: 15-17 Nm. The oil plug will be damaged if it is tightened more to than 5 Nm.9. Check that the gasket on the oil plug of the rear axle is intact. Reinstall in the rearaxle. Tighten the oil plug to 5 Nm.10.Draw out the oil from the deeper section of the reservoir using an oil extractor.11.Dispose of the oil according to local regulations.Filling the transmission with oilThe engine must never be run when the rear clutch release lever is pushed in and the front clutch release lever is pulled out. This will damage the front axle seals.1.Fill the oil reservoir with the new oil. If the engine is run indoors, exhaust extraction equipment must be connected to the engine’s exhaust pipe.2. Check that the rear axle’s clutch release lever is pulled out.3. Start the engine. When the engine is started, the front axle’s clutch release lever slides inwardsautomatically.4. Pull out the front axle’s clutch release lever. NOTE! The oil is drawn into the system very quickly. The reservoir must always be topped up. Air must never be drawn in.5. Set the accelerator pedal to the forward position by blocking it using a wooden wedge. Fill the oil reservoir by hand using new oil.6. Run in the forward position for one minute.7. Move the wooden wedge and set the accelerator pedal to the reverse position. Continue fillingwith oil.8. Run in reverse mode for one minute.9. Change driving direction once every minute as above and continue filling with oil until the bubbling in the reservoir stops.10.Switch off the engine, install the oil reservoir cover and close the engine cover.11.Test drive for several minutes and adjust the oil level in the reservoir.

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I own an 1992 Yamaha Phazer II PZ 480. I have done a bunch of work trying to get this hunk o stuff going. I have good spark and compression from the motor. I rebuilt both carbs and both clutches it starts and runs fine but when I try to move it just boggs down- no power? Where should l look next to get this thing moving again? I work at a Marina that used to service sno-mobiles so I have the tools to get it done. Could you maybe send me an assembly diagram of where to look and what to do next? Thanks
ANSWER : For an assembly diagram, contact Yamaha directly.

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