retighten

retighten

(ˌriːˈtaɪtən)
vb (tr)
to tighten again
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The secure, vibration-resistant connection provided by ABBs new range also means there is no need to retighten connection cables during the products lifetime.
No issues were encountered except I had to retighten the red dot sight base once.
Gentle pressure with your right hand is sufficient to keep the locking knob snug, and it's easy to retighten the knob when needed.
When you are satisfied the instrument is perfectly level and the ball is centered from where you sit, retighten the mounting screws.
Loosen the three screws, spin the ring until two steel stopping pins contact each other and retighten the small Allen screws that hold the ring.
After the jars come out of the canner, do not retighten the bands or you will risk breaking the seal.
The S&W had a rather heavy trigger pull and when I tried to lighten it we began having misfires so I had to retighten the mainspring tension screw.
Despite the fact that he'd left his safety harness at home, Harper decided to retighten his stand's straps.
After making the appropriate adjustment to the left or right with the front set screws, retighten the bottom set screw.
Stanley Tomaszewski, a 16-year-old busboy working at the club illegally, was told to retighten the bulb, but as he attempted to do so, it fell and broke.
To ensure the stands are still safe, a week or two before the season I check all the straps, release the tension, and retighten them.
A second operation might be required to retighten the skin of the breast in the future.