retighten

retighten

(ˌriːˈtaɪtən)
vb (tr)
to tighten again
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Simply loosen the screws on the clip, reposition and retighten. The P365 is my primary carry gun, and the Blackpoint is now my primary carry holster.
Loosen with a radiator key, wait for the hissing to stop, and retighten. Don't worry if some water comes out looking a bit grubby-that's normal.
If you previously checked and tightened any loose connections, don't merely retighten them.
When you are satisfied the instrument is perfectly level and the ball is centered from where you sit, retighten the mounting screws.
You simply loosen the grip screw a few turns, move the grip to the desired position, and then retighten.
After the jars come out of the canner, do not retighten the bands or you will risk breaking the seal.
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.
Shoulder stocks--while the C96 and HP's holster stocks fit securely, the LP08's appeared rather fragile and the locking lever would come loose about every six rounds, forcing the shooter to stop and retighten it.
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.