Yup, 6 month warranty
I have one of the first original Infinitys, It stopped working one day so it was put away for awhile, then I read about alcohol baths and tried it, it fired back up but I cannot adjust voltage, its stuck at 6 volts. My question, is there a fix? If not can it be sent in for a repair, or is it obsolete and not repairable? Thanks for any information
We do not have any more OLD Infinity PCB;s so we cannot repair them anymore , let it dry longer , blow it out with a hairdryer too and see if that helps.
Help!!! I was just puffing away on my Buzz Pro and it stopped firing so I figured it was time to change the batteries (I was comming up on 24 hours so no biggie). When I turned it over to unscrew the bottom cap it was just hanging there - the brass disk bitby itself. The threads are still nside the Buzz. I can't get the batteries out at all. I can't even turn the unit off. Seriously freaked out here.
Ok there is a hole in the plastic threads ( small one ) stick a pin in it and try to remove the threads then reassemble the bottom cap and tighten it real good ( nut inside )