VaporShark rDNA Battery Door Gap

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  1. shoutcast

    shoutcast Full Member

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    This gap at the 510 worries me. I can see juice getting in there if my tank leaks. You can clearly see light shining through the gap when pushing the button. Does anyone else have this issue?

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  2. cjvdh

    cjvdh Senior Member

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    That's a lot of gap! Jeez
     
  3. XBarbarian

    XBarbarian Super Member Verified Member

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    very minute, I see it. all mods have the same risk though imho. I love my rDNA
     
  4. Papa_Lazarou

    Papa_Lazarou MKUltra Member ECF Veteran

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    Just checked the wife's rDNA - same gap (not that that is any comfort for you other than you didn't get a bad unit.. or we both did).
     
  5. cjvdh

    cjvdh Senior Member

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    I wonder if this is just the rDNA or with the DNA 30 as well?
     
  6. j3suss

    j3suss Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I happen me the same...
     
  7. shoutcast

    shoutcast Full Member

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    Well at least i know I don't have a bad one and this is just how they are made.. Will just have to be careful not to get any juice in there.. I am a little disappointed considering the price I paid but what can you do about it..
     
  8. shoutcast

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    thanks for your responses guys
     
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