I don't see how to switch. Should I desolder? I know I made them opposite and I need to rewire. Can I remove the brass inserts in the deans and just switch those in the plastics of the deans?Ok the deans connect to the fire button and the Atty out and negative
Look at your internals the 2 wires coming out of the dna for the fire button (2 middle spots on top of the board)
are going to the fire button under the cap + - don't matter on these 2 find there potion on the deans and run your wire from the deans in the cap to the fire button in the cap.
Next the 2 wire from the atty out and the ground. The atty out goes to the + on the 510 (brass washer)
The - goes to the retaining nut for the 510 under the cap, same as the fire switch find the connections on the deans in the internals and follow them thru to the cap, from there go to atty out and 510 ground
Hope this helps
Thanks buddy.Veeeeeeerrrrrrry nice Aal
Usually, a scrambled screen is caused by deans connector instability, really needs to be tightly coupled (top to bottom)
Check your battery contacts as well, make sure you have solid contacts.
Aa_ feel free to PM me with any questions...
Guys I think having weak battery would lead to the same result no? If the scrambled screen is cause by intermittent not consistent current it would happen with a weak battery.
Thanks gdeal most of the problems I'm still having are related to tolerances and looks. Completely my fault. I would need to think about some solutions and I might PM you for suggestions.
George I read people saying how the design is great. But it took me building one to realize what you did is really genius. Not to forget the Beta guys I know they gave you some push as well . Thank you for making it possible.
Yep I just had it with the good battery. Well I think something related to the battery contacts. The Dean connectors are well connected and the wiring does not seem problematic.I run 3 DNA40 devices and have never had a scrambled screen due to a weak battery.