Anyone able to diagnose and repair a DNA 250 mod?

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  1. Baddnewzz

    Baddnewzz Member For 3 Years

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    Long story short, I purchase a custom Lipo DNA 250 mod from a vendor (Not on this forum).

    Unfortunately the mod died and the vendor did not stand up to their warranty. It’s unfortunate because it was a sweet laser engraved mod that I bought before deploying overseas.

    Symptoms: Does not charge, screen does not turn on.

    I am looking for someone who can diagnose and repair this mod for a reasonable price.

    If this is up your alley please HMU! Thanks!
     
  2. lordmage

    lordmage Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Gold Contributor ECF Refugee Member For 5 Years

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  3. The Cromwell

    The Cromwell The Frugal Vapist VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Yep go to evolve. I doubt anyone here is qualified or experienced on working on the evolve chipset itself.
    Only simple thing it could be is a bad battery connection or the like.

    Evolve should be able to steer you to an approved evolve repair center if necessary.
     
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  4. jinx'd

    jinx'd Gold Contributor

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    the screens are known to go bad.
     
  5. Letitia9

    Letitia9 Therion/Nano Junkie VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 2 Years VU Challenge Team

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    I have 5 DNAs and not one screen issue with any of them. More likely the mod maker's mistake.
     
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  6. jinx'd

    jinx'd Gold Contributor

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    it's the DNA C screens. my bad.
     

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