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#1 (permalink)      11/6/2016 10:07:15 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Can't screw it on evod twist 1600mAh?
As title says i tried using it on SKU 1756702 but it wont screw on preperly, maybe one and half twist leaving some 2mm gap and making no contact with battery. Strange thing is it screws fine on plain evod 650 mAh battery. Inspected threads all look fine and few other clearomizers i have screw fine on both batteries.
Any ideas?
#2 (permalink)      11/6/2016 10:56:10 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The threads have to be buggered or wrong on either the bat or tank or both. If you have some gritty valve grinding paste, you could try that, workight the threads together, back and forth to see if it will smoothe them out. Be sure to clean the paste off. Even no-alox might help. But these ideas may also ruin the threads too, so there is risk.

Also, inspect again with more magnification, and compare to same threads on a working bat/tank. May just be a tiny burr on one of them.
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Thanks for response but as I said, confusing part is mpt3 goes ok on other battery and other clearomizers go ok on ego twist but mpt3 wont go on evod twist. Dont want to force and ruin threads on something.
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Sometimes the spring load in twist batts gets stuck. Try gently lifting it with a toothpick. Some tanks will still work when it happens but kanger tanks, won't. Also, make sure to clean out all the threading on the battery.

Good luck.
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MetisRebel wrote:

Sometimes the spring load in twist batts gets stuck. Try gently lifting it with a toothpick. Some tanks will still work when it happens but kanger tanks, won't. Also, make sure to clean out all the threading on the battery.

Good luck.



Maybe that will help. I never had a pin stuck UP, usually they get pressed DOWN, and tank fits OK but don't make electrical contact.

You know, he might just have to use it with the batteries it does fit onto :) But this sort of thing can be irritating when it _should_ fit, but don't.

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Some batteries have more or less thread area on them.
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wuwei.ap wrote:

Some batteries have more or less thread area on them.



Yep. My first 3 egos i bought here, one had a really short 510 thread/top. Ego tanks sit fine, but anything with 510 threads looked stupid and wobbled unless i used a beauty ring to cover/even out the 2mm gap.

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mpt3 doesnt make it to battery, leaves gap and make no contact. thought it might be coil but it isnt coz i tried screwing base only and it wont go pass 1,5 turns. im using mpt3 on other plain evod batt, just its annoying it wont go on twist which should use it better :)
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wuwei.ap wrote:

Some batteries have more or less thread area on them.



Good point, it the bat has tall threads, that would do it. Maybe he could measure the thread lengths to see if some of his bats are too long.

Oh! Is that a 2 H.P. grinder I hear spinning up?


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I only noticed it when putting two batteries together to compare.

It might not be OP's problem, but check that first.
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Ego threads batt look tiny bit higher then on other batt, could be that, can't think of anything else.
Have istick with adapter on its way maybe mpt3 will be better luck with that.