Smack your electronics team member/Zone 9 stocker upside the head. If it's one of the larger sized ones, it takes a LOT of funangling with a flat head screwdriver until you can get the locking dial turned to the unlocked position. I've been able to salvage a couple of them doing this, but there have been others where the AP guy and I have not been able to unlock it so we had to junk it.I have a somewhat related question. Is there any way to fix a spiderwrap that has been closed all the way until it is like a hockey puck? I have no idea what to do then.
I must be missing something.... Why cant you just use a magnet and pop it open? I KNOW I'm missing something......I have a somewhat related question. Is there any way to fix a spiderwrap that has been closed all the way until it is like a hockey puck? I have no idea what to do then.
This doesn't make the cable free to extend out of the main part of it, and with it wound all the way shut, there isn't enough slack to pull the pieces apart in the back. Sorry if this is vague but it's hard to describe.I must be missing something.... Why cant you just use a magnet and pop it open? I KNOW I'm missing something......
Yep just use wire cutters. It's put on by the manufacturer, not Target. Generally I'd leave it for the guest to remove after they have purchased them.
Sorry, I should have made a disclaimer that this direction came from my *ex*-AP guy, who moved to another store. My post came from my knowledge from when I worked in Electronics a long time ago. I'll have to test my current AP and see if he knows what he's talking about haha.Okay, for Formina Sage, smack your AP guys upside the head, because they were all wrong/lying. The large (regular) spiderwraps that we use ALL have reset buttons on them, and I know this because I just today reviewed the instructions for disabling them. For the small spiderwraps, you need to unscrew it and remove the battery. Removal of the battery resets both large and small spiderwraps, but the small ones can only be disabled permanently (as per instructions).
The instructions do exist. Your AP (if they know what they are doing [and they don't]) should know how to get them for you.
BrilliantOh wow. that is a horrific use for the spiderwraps that I had not thought of before. "Okay, what attachments are available for the new ebooks?"
"...*click click* Well?"
"UH! I! I think! Uh!"
"THE COVERS. SCREEN PROTECTORS. OH GOD HELP."
"*click* WHAT else, son?"
"T-the protection plans!"
"You are *click* forgetting *clicky click* some things"
...I'm just going to shuffle that-a-way now and pretend this isn't public. *whistles and shuffles nervously away*
I must be missing something.... Why cant you just use a magnet and pop it open? I KNOW I'm missing something......