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HELLO I acquired a xvostick 60 for over a year, I will replace the chip, my GND terminal is not connected only my terminal B- is connected to - the battery and the body of the housing and the connector - pin510, does this pose a problem? GND IS CONNECTED TO B-? THANK YOU, thank

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That's how they're manufactured. They're utilizing the common GND of the body/batt-   to obtain the 510 GND. Perfectly OK to do as long as the 510 GND to body GND is SOLID (low resistance). 

TLDR......yes that's fine.

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HELLO

 

thank you, I had a problem, I can not get down the cut of my battery to 3V with analyze battery on escrib, I've all tried my chip cut of the battery at 3.9V, I vap on 1 OHM at 15W, so I was wondering what's the problem? if anyone could help me and thank you again

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Can you post a screen shot of Device Monitor while firing the DNA 60 Xvotstick at 15w? Make sure the battery box is checked. Let's take a look at the battery sag under load. 

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Hello, I just changed my chip, when I fire my battery gauge weakened, I vap 15W and falls to 5W, there is a problem,

that's why I changed my chip, how to fix the problem,
 thank you

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If your hoover your mouse on the line marked by arrow in Device Monitor it will show what the voltage is. What does it say?

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At 15 watts you should be getting very little voltage drop . I'd be looking at the cell it's self, have you tried another battery.  Check closely the battery  holders contacts, wire connection to contacts, ect.

Edited to include the word "drop"

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Everything is well connected, the box worked well when I buy it and suddenly it does that, I change the chip and it remakes the same problem

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The problem appears to be with battery,  battery holder, wires from battery holder to board.  How is the ground connection done on the negative side of the battery? is it a chassis ground or wired.  Clean the battery caps threads and the threads of the mod with alcohol (if it has this)

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No, as that's about as low as you want it to be set to.

With a 15 watt load on a full charged battery your voltage drop  should be almost 4 volts.

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Make sure to try cleaning battery cap threads and the threads that the cap screws into with alcohol and q-tip. I've seen same problem on other mods before where the threads of the cap were the problem even though they appeared clean.

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I cleaned and recovered my battery cap, I found a piece of plastic hidden under a cap by cleaning with a cotton swab and walking, I thank you very much. on dna my favorite chip, I hope the problem is solved, thank you again
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The problem is back, tomorrow I dismount the box and I look at the problem of gnd and body mass, I'll let you know, I think the problem you talked about contact must be hurt;

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