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    No fire smok osub tc 80w

    Hey all ,,
    Have purchaced a second smok osub in white ,,
    Was a store front display item , and thus had a few small marks on it .
    Picked it up for $40 wich i thought was cool .

    After getting it home and polishing the outer case to remove the paint/powdercoat ,,i reasembled the unit and decided to try it out to make sure all was well .
    All buttons work well ,, goes through all menus ,,
    But the bugger wont fire .
    Tried 4 tried n tested tanks .
    Rang the supplier ecigify up in hobart , and he said no problem , bring it up , we'll test it and if no good ill supply a replacement ..
    And i could keep the original for bits or a doorstop or something .

    Now question is ,,
    Would doing a " firmware " update as ive seen on the net from smok ,,,, make the blighter work ,?

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    Hmm im no rebuilder but something tells me u haven't conect

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    Sry wrg button as i was about to say. Something sounds wrg with ur rebuild. Maybe take it apart and start again. Did u miss a solder firstly or did you damage the board. Just my opinion.

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    No soldering or anything needed ,
    Whole innards slip out of the shell once the top and bottom plates are removed .
    The circut board and fire button are one unit .
    And the fire button activates the menus ,, wich all cycle through fine .

    If needed , ill dissacemble and bung some pix up

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    I would say stuck down centre pin on your 510 connecter very easy to check if you have a multi meter

    or try GENTLY moving it up with something thin but take sure you turn it off first

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    Is there anything on the screen when you hold fire? If the 510 is not connecting it should say 'check atomiser'.

    Does the ohm or watt reading on the screen change?


    Also did it work before you pulled it apart?

    Does it work in VW mode?

    I doubt a firmware upgrade would fix this, but it sounds like you've voided any warranty so cant hurt as a last resort. But I'd pull it apart again first and just double check the largest wiring and circuit board traces for cracks or bad solder joints.
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    hmmm ,, can confirm the 510 connect is free and springy ,, and tank contacts and pushes the spring down .
    Also asks " is this a new tank " when screwing tank on .
    It will then go to watts and on firing ,, will do the seconds counter bit .

    Heres some pix ..

    As it slips out of the shell



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    With the foam " bolsters" removed




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    Does it work correctly in the disassembled state?

    With no atty in place do you get the "check atomiser" message?

    What is the voltage across the battery when the fire button is pressed (with an atty in place)

    Doing the firmware upgrade couldn't hurt.
    Chris: Tobacco free since 17:00 15th March 2013.

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    Heres the bit im sus on ,,
    This solder here that goes on the screw head


 

 
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