MaDc0w

DNA250 without PCB buttons

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I have a Vapedroid by S-body with a defective daughter board.

S-body has mutilated the poor DNA board with terrible soldering, 2 daughter boards

and removing the up/down/power buttons. The fire and down button had a bridge.

I would like to know if the bridges are needed to use external buttons when removing the 

onboard buttons.

Chip has been cleaned and is ready to be built into a proper mod.

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Thanks for the reply.

I kinda figured they are needed, but the UP button didn't have a bridge.

That confuses me as to if it's really needed or not.

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Only up button won't have a bridge because the power source is already bridge by the power source if that Makes any sense 

And all of this is considering that you're keeping the same battery setup that you had Before 

Edited by modestep_tech

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If you look at the first pic, you can see the Fire and Down button bridges. The Up button wasn't bridged.

I'm only interested in the UP/Down/Fire buttons, not the Power/Battery bridges for 2S/3S configurations. Why does that effect the Up button?

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Let's see what your saying now .Long story short is the it's necessary to have the bridge where it was originally to complete that circuit 

If you remove the bridge you remove the ability to have your buttons.

Worst case you end up frying the board by removing the bridge 

Edited by modestep_tech

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ill say.most solid mod ive owned out of about 30. agreed that the paint is terrible. they should f ollow suit with seigeli and start annodizing. my seigeli 75tc looks brand new after 2 years except where it was dropped and no paint or coating would prevent damage.

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