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Troubleshooting 1 – How to resize a links bracelet

Naturally every online retailer wants to guarantee the best customer experience for every one of its customers. But every customer is different and to err is human – for vendor and customer alike. So sometimes things will go wrong. Like, say, when a customer doesn’t order the right size links bracelet for example.

This can happen for any number of reasons. They might measure their wrist incorrectly for example, if they are buying the bracelet for themselves. Or they might be buying the magnetic bracelet for some one else. Lots of women for example by men’s bracelets for their husbands or boyfriends and indeed bracelets for men are a big-selling article.

The good things is that MPS makes it very easy to resize your bracelet by supplying a free links removal tool with every links bracelet order. And their website also has a number of Troubleshooting pages including a well-illustrated page that explains how to use the tool.

So let’s say you’ve bought one of the healing bracelets with extra strong magnets and now find that it’s too large for your wrist. How do you remove a few links to reduce it to the right size?

First of all you must identify the side where you are going to place the tip of the push pin (i.e. the pin in the device that pushes the pins in the bracelets holding the links together.) The picture below illustrates this.

Pin alignment

Now you align the push pin with the pin you want to remove (from either side of the link or links you intend to remove). Then you slowly turn the handle and start gently pushing out the pin.

When the pin is out part of the way, use your fingers to pull it the rest of the way.

Then repeat the process on the other side. After that you reconnect the bracelet as shown below, initially inserting the pin with your fingers and pushing it part of the way.

Finally, you use the same tool to push the pin the rest of the way, thereby completing the process.

And that’s really all there is to it. Now you can wear your magnetic therapy bracelet, whether it be a bracelet for arthritis or just because it looks nice, without worrying about it falling off.

Happy resizing.

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