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Tesla Two button concern.

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  1. H4X0R

    H4X0R Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2014
    Hi guys! Hope you all have been well! So I noticed today that the button on my Tesla Two is less clicky and more "mushy" feeling if I press it on the top and top right area of the button. The Tesla Two has a very clicky tactile button that feels great! My question here is if that's a bad sign at all that the button could get stuck down. (That would be bad.) It only feels like this near the top of the button, and much more clicky in the middle and at the bottom.

    Go to about 7:50 in this video, you can see what the button looks like on the inside, it has a circuit board with a button.

    Thanks guys for the insight in advance!
  2. Jettatura

    Jettatura New Member

    May 11, 2016
    As long as it gives you resistance before actually triggering the board and firing the mod, you should be alright. I think it'd be pretty difficult to get those specific areas of the button pressed in something like your pocket, so I don't see pocket firing being an issue.
  3. juicynoos

    juicynoos Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Well, I don't think it is a good sign. I have a different Tesla product but it has a similar issue with the fire button. It gradually became mushy and lost it's clicky feel after a short time in service. Suspecting it was being blocked by a wire or something, I opened it up to look at the board and connections.
    Conclusion: these buttons are supposed to be good for like a million clicks..whatever component Tesla use I cannot say but mine wore out. The mod still fires but feels pretty bad to use now so I sidelined it!
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