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LV DNA 200 Battery/Battery Sled issue?


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Ok so my DNA 200 died on me. Thought my batteries dies so i changed them, nothing. Tried A second set of batteries and still nothing. Pulled apart the DNA looking for possibly a burnt fuse, loose connection, etc and didnt find anything of the sorts. so i decided to plug into escribe. device turned right on. Okay, escribe registers there are batteries in the sled, the device says there are batteries in the sled, But when i d/c the device from the computer...it shuts off. Okay, reconnect. connect to escribe. screw in atty. try to fire...ohm to high. somehow my Chip isnt pulling power from my batteries. but the USB says its connected to them. so im at a loss here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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7 minutes ago, dwcraig1 said:

If I were to guess I'd say a bad fuse, hard to tell from here.

Open a ticket with Evolv here for more assistance: https://helpdesk.evolvapor.com/index.php?a=add&category=1

Hmm if it was a fuse though would receive recognise the batteries? More so would the USB even turn it on if it was the fuse?

i did send in a ticket. But I work the next 32 days straight as of right now so I don't know when I will have time to work on it again soon was hoping I might get lucky on forums tonight

Edited by Sonji
added the fact I sent in ticket
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Just now, dwcraig1 said:

The batteries voltage is recognized by the JST/balance connections. 

OK but if the fuse is out is the screen still going to turn on? And is it going to try to fire an atty when it's fried?  If so then I will send in for a new fuse before I worry about much else

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