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    Default DNA20 Altoids - help How to scure USB charger

    I built this Altoids DNA20 mod and have been using it for 6 months but when I made it I put putty/cement on the usb charger and notice now that I shouldn't have. How do most people secure the usb charger to the tin?


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    Hey Mike you might try epoxy or j b weld.
    if you can keep a cool head in these times perhaps you just don't understand the situation !

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    I use 5min epoxy

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    Yup, JBWeld should be ok. Just checked FAQs JB Weld. I always thought it was conductive. Guess not. Learn something new every day! Gel type epoxy works well, plus you can remove it with reasonably easy with a heat gun, if ou ever need to.

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    Sorry up front for the following dumb question.... but how do you remove the tank for filling or maintanence?

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    Looks to me like there is a 510 connector mounted on a piece of wood, so I'm guessing he just unscrews the tank when necessary.

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