Eleaf iStick Pico 75W - Free-floating 510 Thread

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  1. DasNiko

    DasNiko New Member

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    Hello!


    I've got a little problem with my Pico 75W - 510 thread is free-floating, so when I'll move atomizer, a box is restarting; I must keep it rigid. How I could repare this?


    I tried rotate this gold screw - any effects.
     
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    hello, welcome to VU.

    can you post a pic of your issue ?
     
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    510 thread is 'moving', i cannot show you this on pic. Thread isn't rigid.
     
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    510 thread is 'moving', i cannot show you this on pic. Thread isn't rigid.
     
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    PoppaVic Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    well, you posted 3 times - so that doesn't help.

    I know the pico I sold ended up with a loose 510, (buyer kept dropping with the tank on): the 510 appeared to have been flare-fit like a rivet. So, you can likely make it stick again, but anywhere you CA or epoxy is going to be insulated from the circuit.
     
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    I'm sorry, it's been a lag.
    Okay
     
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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years VU Challenge Team ECF Refugee

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    That was happening to me yesterday, two double posts :confused:
     
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    I kinda think a heat sink might work. I've heard about issues with the 510 on the Pico. I've never had a problem with the ones I have, but a heat sink was able to fix some issues with it.
     
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    Newtsche Member For 4 Years

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    I've dropped my Pico countless times, sometimes on cement and any damage has always been to the tank. Over the years I've had to tighten the top and bottom plate screws a bit but no 510 problems. I'll be interested to see if someone comes up with a solution for DasNiko, it seems inevitable I'll drop the Pico the wrong way some day.
     
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