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bluntmoment

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DNA 250 screen glitch? I have 3 little bars - - - in between ohms and volts on my screen. cant seem to correct this. any ideas? never have seen this before on any other of my DNA 250 devices
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Double check the connection of the screen ribbon to the board...make sure it is properly aligned in the socket...
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ok ill check that out, shitty part is that I expoxied the damn thing in already w/ the board holder to the enclosure. Didn't see it on test fire before mounting, must have pulled out some during installation, thank you for your help!
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i put my tfv8 on there and now i notice the ohms are jumping. possible the 510 isn't tight enough or is this because i might not have the screen in all the way?
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Smok TFV atty's are known to cause issues due to the floating pin in the base...especially in TC mode...I got rid of all mine because of the floating pin..nothing but a PITA...although it could be an issue with the 510 as well, but....and the screen issue shouldn't have anything to do with it...
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thank you, I am gonna take it all apart tonite and check the screen. Any secrets to pushing in the ribbon to make sure it goes all the way in? it seems I can get it a little more than half way in. Thanks again for your help.
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Not sure if you have seen this, but this is taken from the 250 data sheet....doc 250 Screen Insallation.doc     
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yassir, thank you for all of your help.
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