Discussion in 'VV/VW APV Discussion' started by bullet08, Mar 17, 2017.
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how many of you completely break down the regulated mod to clean out spilled juice and dusts?
I've been pretty Lucky in that I have only had to Break Down a Mod once because e-Liquid had gotten inside it.
BTW - Just a Word of Warning: If you do attempt to take the Board out of a Regulated Mod. be Very Careful with the Buttons. Because it can be Very Easy to Break the Button Actuators on some Boards.
And if you do, you now will have a not very efficient Paper Weight.
BTW2 - If the Mod you are doing Surgery on has a Built in Battery, then the Board can be "Hot" in places even if the Mod is Turned Off.
So Don't go poking around with a Metal Dental Pick lifting Wires or trying to get a Mod Button to clear a Button Actuator.
BTW3 - Don't ask me How I found this out in BTW2.
i really don't want to. but i noticed that i keep spilling juice when going out for vape. thinking it might be a good idea to clean it out before something shorts out.
I'm not sure what the chances of Shorting is?
But I Do Know that the Buttons can get all Gummed Up. And that could lead to the Fire Button Sticking.
In the Old Days of 510 Auto's, a Last Resort for Non-Working Mod would be to Flush the e-Cigarette with 91% Isopropyl Alcohol. And then letting it Dry for 3 or 4 Days. Not saying you Should or Shouldn't do this.
But you wouldn't need to Break Down the Entire Mod to do a Alcohol Flush.
Never done it.
No never, for the same reason I don't break down my car and try to fix anything. I need it everyday, it is essential to my daily life, and I would just make things worse.
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