Search the Community

Showing results for tags 't1'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Resources
    • Themes and Custom Screens
    • EScribe, Software and Firmware
    • Manuals, Instructions, and Tutorials
    • Replay and Atomizers
  • DNA 250 Color
    • General Discussion
    • Modders' Forum
  • DNA 200 and 250
    • General Discussion
    • Installation and Assembly
  • DNA 75 Color
    • General Discussion
    • Modders' Forum
  • DNA 75
    • General Discussion
    • Installation and Assembly
  • DNA 60
    • General Discussion
    • Modders' Forum
  • DNA Go
    • General Discussion
  • Technical
    • Batteries and Charging
    • Connectors, Components, and Accessories
    • Report a Bug
    • Researcher Forum

Categories

  • Theme Park
    • DNA 60 Small Screen
    • DNA 60, 75, 200, 250
    • DNA 75 Color, 250 Color
  • EScribe
    • Atomizer Profiles
    • Settings
    • Translations
  • Custom Materials

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Found 1 result

  1. So I am not sure how (possible juice leak?) but on one of my early prototypes mods I designed the T1 balanced tap out pin on my DNA 250c got arced and burnt up to where there is no longer any viable connection from the tap pin. I never use the USB to charge any of my mods, and I would like to keep using the chip to test builds I do. As long as I don't use the usb to charge is it ok to still use the chip with no connection to the positive from the T1 connection? Or does it also balance the amount of draw from each battery? I've never understood if which was the case. Any info would be great. I would like to get it fixed but I am not sure if that is something that would be covered under Warranty. The chip still functions just fine and the damage was limited to just the T1 connection pin. Thanks in advance for your help.