Introduction

This guide will thoroughly explain how to easily repair a zipper that is broken. No special requirements needed; just needle-nose pliers, scissors, and a needle and thread!

Image 1/3: Zip the zipper all the way down to the last set of teeth. Image 2/3: Zip the zipper all the way down to the last set of teeth. Image 3/3: Zip the zipper all the way down to the last set of teeth.
  • Take the needle nose pliers and remove the metal or plastic stopper at the end of the zipper.

  • Zip the zipper all the way down to the last set of teeth.

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  • Align both sides of the zipper evenly and slip the zipper back on track.

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  • Start zipping up the zipper to make sure it has been aligned properly.

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Image 1/3: Sew up the area where the metal or plastic stopper used to reside. Image 2/3: Sew up the area where the metal or plastic stopper used to reside. Image 3/3: Sew up the area where the metal or plastic stopper used to reside.
  • Thread the needle.

  • Sew up the area where the metal or plastic stopper used to reside.

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  • Tie off what has been sewn by making a knot in the thread.

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  • Take the scissors and cut off the access thread. Get as close to the knot as you can without cutting it off.

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  • Zip up the garmet to make sure everything is working properly.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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