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#1 (permalink)      12/16/2017 9:51:54 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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zpixel123
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atomizer short help needed
is there any way i can fix my atomizer short message, i tried updating it doesnt connect.
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Logically the problem is with the atomiser.
Did you try another atomiser on the VTC or check if the coil legs aren't touching anywhere ?

Maybe some eliquid spilled into the 510...

You tried updating the firmware but the update software did not find the device...
Is that correct ?

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No atty found or short circuit protection displayed? Big difference.
#4 (permalink)      12/17/2017 8:10:45 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Ive looked into this everywhere and found nothing, i screw in multiple atomizers that work perfectly but i receive a message that says "atomizer short" i know its the short circuit protection and its probably from juice but ive been drying it out for more than a month and it still shows the message, when i plug it in it doesnt recognize the vape and wont update. it charges though so the cable and usb port on it are fine
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This is always a 510 connection issue in my experience. Had the same with certain atty's on my VT75, stripped down, cleaned out everything, works fine now.
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Yeah, unscrew from where the battery goes and pull it out by the strap. Not much harm you can do to it from there. Watch DJLSB for a demo.
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sweet thanks guys
#8 (permalink)      12/17/2017 8:27:56 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Try to plug it back in a few times and make sure it is the cable that came with it, not all have data transfer capabilities.