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Thread: Help! I dropped my Tesla Wraith :(

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    Help! I dropped my Tesla Wraith :(

    Hi guys,
    I dropped the above - it’s the model which takes an 18650 battery. I dropped it top down on the floor, and the button/switch seems to be damaged. In this Mod, the fire button sits directly above the flat battery end, which is the battery terminal that has the spring. Fire button is not working.

    I’ve had a look, and there doesn’t seem to be any obvious means of taking it apart to fix it.

    Wondering if there is some sort of “crushable” component that fits in between the fire button and that springy contact?

    Anyone got any thoughts on how I could fix it?
    \Thanks in advance, cheers FX

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    Got photos as your heading doesn't google? I know there's a Tesla Stealth and a COV Wraith but I've never heard of a Tesla wraith..
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    My apologies, and thanks for the correction. I own a COV Wraith and a Tesla Stealth, and managed to get them muddled up.
    It’s the Stealth that I’ve dropped. I’ve just found 2 very tiny Phillips head screws located in the battery compartment. Having engaged the chemist variety, long sighted $2 glasses.

    Hang 10, I’ll investigate this, and thanks again, cheers FX
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    Got photos as your heading doesn't google? I know there's a Tesla Stealth and a COV Wraith but I've never heard of a Tesla wraith..
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    It's probably repairable. You just need to get in to it and check out what went wrong. Be careful of ribbon cables
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    Thanks Gurishka, when I get time to try and dismember, I’ll let you know how it goes.

    Speaking of which, how goes your leg? Healed? I hope so, bestest, cheer FX
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    It's probably repairable. You just need to get in to it and check out what went wrong. Be careful of ribbon cables

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    Hey FX. My toe is fine mate. Thanks for asking. Though the podiatrist has just made me very poor, as I need special orthotics due to the way I now walk. It never ends.

    Let me know how you go with the mod..
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