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Derringer RDA

Discussion in 'Rebuildable Mods and Devices' started by StuPot, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. gary68

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    Can you post a piccy of the positive pin mate .mine fits flush on all my mods
     
  2. richard_uk

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    If this isn't clear enough let me know and I'll drag the camera out, thanks.
     

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  3. StuPot

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    Yep that's wrong.. Try pushing / screwing nearly the whole thing back inside.
     
  4. gary68

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    Yeah that's wrong mate positive should only protrude about 1mm .as suggested above try to screw it in until only 1mm or so .is out past the threading
     
  5. richard_uk

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    Okay just tried gently turning with a screw driver and it just turns the whole post, if it was going to push in it would have went when I screwed it on the istick?
     
  6. gary68

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    Can it be pulled out ? Or screwed out .? .careful not to mark it in any way ...think your best bet is to take it back to the b and m you bought it from tbh
     
  7. gary68

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    Looks like the insulator is too big to slip inside the 510 thread .in turn it is holding the positive out too far
     
  8. richard_uk

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    I'm going to leave it alone and drop it back tomorrow, I don't want to mess and end up breaking something.
     
  9. gary68

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    Sounds like a plan ...before you go .have a look at your other atties to see how much the positive pin sticks out .so you can check out the new one before you take it home .....
     
  10. StuPot

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    Unscrew the pin and see what's going on.. The insulator looks the right width to me. It may have two on or it may be a simple fix. It means you could use it now rather than waiting for a new one.
     

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