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Hello, Im not sure if im posting in the right section but here it goes. I just finished my first dna 200 build yesterday and i ran into issues right away. My first being that my dna wont stay on unless i have the usb plugged in. My escribe program says that my cells are at 3.85 v each so id figure thatd be enough to power up the device and not require the usb. My 2nd issue is that im getting the check atomizer issue. My device also says 0 volts and 0 ohms. If anyone has any advice what my next step should be to trying to solve the issue or at least narrowing down what it may be, that be great. Im attaching some pictures for refrence

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Rechecking the fuse i noticed something quite disheartining. I resoldered the cable by the fuse 3 times to get the right length for my connector. It seems like the last time i did it some of the solder flowed to the fuse and the results can be by the picture im attaching. It looks like thats the problem huh? Anything i can do to fix it? Id rather not shell out another 80$ on a board and my unregulated box is having its own issues not having anything to vape on is killer

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Could you clarify what i fix the fuse to? Im trying to understand the 1st option you gave me. As for the 2nd option, how would i bridge it? And the auto fuse would go after the pad and in the middle of the wiring? From what i recall auto fuses usually have 2 legs. Sorry for the noob questions, just starting to get into working with electronics

VapingBad said:

It looks like the top pad for the fuse is intact so you maybe able to fix the fuse to that and butt the wire to the other end. Alternatively you could bridge the fuse and use a 25 A auto fuse on the positive wire.

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vass.mavridis said:

Could you clarify what i fix the fuse to? Im trying to understand the 1st option you gave me. As for the 2nd option, how would i bridge it? And the auto fuse would go after the pad and in the middle of the wiring? From what i recall auto fuses usually have 2 legs. Sorry for the noob questions, just starting to get into working with electronics [QUOTE=VapingBad]It looks like the top pad for the fuse is intact so you maybe able to fix the fuse to that and butt the wire to the other end. Alternatively you could bridge the fuse and use a 25 A auto fuse on the positive wire.

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Have a look at this thread it should answer your questions, I can't tell for sure form your picture if the solder pads for the fuse are damaged, maybe not and if not you can just fit the standard fuse.
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