brocksdaddy081910: How hard do you think it would be to remove all of the internal componants
and change the form factor by reassembling the pieces in a different case
potentiometer and all ?
Mark Bartlett: Great videos. The e-cigarette phenomenon is all new to me, so I'm just
starting out, but electronics are not, thankfully. I have just had the
short wire running from the center (+) feed from the 510 terminal - to the
PCB break. Now need to strip / tin / solder the wire to the board.
The wire broke from the common place, just above the surface of the
component (top) side. I'm going to opt for the lazy solder. Instead of
desoldering the broken wire and re-opening the PCB hole, I'm just going to
reflow with more solder that has high flux content. :O
ILRegal GSX: I about feel out of my chair when I bumbled upon your vid and with all due
respect couldn't help but notice your an older person such as myself.
And I thought I was alone, not so and so darn happy to see such a beautiful
women who is so smart and definitely has steadier hands than I.
Say I'm single by the way, just thought I'd throw that in, heck never know.
Could really use a good brain around here, well not that I'm stupid but
sometimes a double check helps.. Thanks for the vid you are awesome
Kc Lanuza: I have an ego-c twist and it blinks around 12 times.. i recharged it and it
still does the same. Does it mean its broken? D:
godgivesbelovedoak: Omg your sexy. I love a smart woman. I don't care your twice my age. Will u
RemixLabz: Really good job SteelJan, pure skills! :D My wire from this part also
plucked off...and I got EGO model with display with puff counter, so it was
real pain in the ass to fix this... It's practically impossible to put back
original rubber from this part so I've made new one from an old CE5
clearomizer vent rubber. Also if you're going to rebuild this you should
cut down red wire for about 4-5mm, because once you pull it out it is very
hard to fit it in the case again... Also be careful with soldering these
parts, it has to be perfect and fit right! Battery button part is also
tricky, press it down on the board while putting back in case... Good luck!
:) Greets from Serbia
recifemedia: Wow, Im a German, and I see a Women, with great Talent for makes a good
Luke Palmer: man, i wish u were my grandma
Tytanium: Impressive , great video and repair :) .. I am currently attempting to fix
an old ego battery that I have from an ego-t that I had a couple of years
ago that is going to require a fair bit of soldering as every wire came
free when it separated in my pocket. I would like to use it as a back up
but the only problem is that one of the tabs on the lithium battery broke
and I would like to just solder a wire where the tab was but solder does
not seem to stick even with flux even tho it is a metal contact . Would you
have any tips ?. I think it would be easier for me if I could get the whole
battery out of the tube but it has the usb passthrough on the bottom and I
am only able to take the 510 connector side off and cannot get the lithium
battery to move at all in the tube.. Hopefully I have made sense with what
I am describing . I have a twist and I love it and I know that I could just
buy another battery but I love repairing things when they stop functioning .
PS .. I know the battery itself is still fine it is just the connections
that need to be made.
Fernando Lara: amazing video thank you. but i have one question my problem seems to be
both the positive and negative wires being unsoldered the longer red one
is still attached up top but theres also a yellow wire that i can't seem to
find where to solder to. any help?? :(
Wayne Punter: Brilliant quality video and great walk through. Many thanks for a really
useful video :-)
Chris McKenna: Great Job!
Doug Huyler: Hey Steeljan you might be interested in this video about my ego twist
top40productions: This is the second or third video I've seen of yours, you are incredibly
patient and talented, I've been repairing and wiring since I was a kid, I
know how difficult these micro boards and close tolerances are, fantastic
job, you are my new YouTube hero :)
kelvin Tejeda: can you help me with my ego twist?
overhilliffy: CHEAPER!!!Just bought one form here it was cheaper and its sick. its were i
Dave Smith: This is a great video on how to repair the switch on an eGo-C Twist.
EddieTreat: The homemade button looks better then the factory one if you ask me, I
can't wait to buy one, break it, and fix it like you did. Great work.
Ron Quiroga: i had almost the same thing happen to me. the button fell apart, but the
wires came lose. i re solder (sp) it all back up. button lit and worded 5
clicks on np but it would not fire the atomizer. any tips on why its not
Randy Raudenbush: Hi,Do you want my broken spinner batteries, I swear they have a months use
on them.. well twist and spinners.. I'm not buying anymore.. If it will
help you I'll let you have them. I never threw them away because there is
no way they are bad. Just broken wires is all. I soldered one back to
together and I suck at fixing them,lol
antares37: I have to ego ce4 battery's that I believe are shortend...is there a way to
fix that? They're only 3 weeks old and the lights are still blinking but I
can't charge them and when I try to use them they start blinking like when
they need a recharge. When I connect them to the charger, the charger light
stays green (should be red if the batterys were empty)
TrainerCTZ: I've heard about you! Great job Peace!
Larry Gallo Jr: Would you happen. To have the circuit board from a ego twist with a good
button. The button in mine is completely gone. I'll pay.
MantisFang: Nice job!
nnthepirate: It'll work. I wouldnt charge it with the eGo charger tho-- if nothing else
it'll take dang near forever. It might trip your protection on the cells
steeljan: Don't tempt me! LOL!
Johnny Chingon: Omg you are seriously talented!! Awesome videos.
synnuh: Thanks a lot for the video. I watched it hoping I'd get a chance to see the
other end, so I can figure out whether or not I could use the Twist guts on
a VMod to make it VV. I'm gonna subscribe for more videos! :)
jimmie302: im having the same problem mines only a day old did u find an answer by any
Jose Acosta: Hello.. I got a ego c twist everytime I connect the tank the light blinks 3
times and everytime I click on it to heat up it does the same it just keeps
on blinking 3 times when I click it and does not heat the oil.. what can
that be? Any answers plz
Bernie O: I love to see you take things apart and put back again,Iam new to vaping
three weeks no smoke Thanks Bernie
Alfonso E. Herdocia: It could be the wall sockets if your house is an older one. If it's a USB
just try to plug into a computer, laptop, tower, ect. If worst comes to
worst try to buy another charger for around $5-7. You could repair the
battery for a bit of a price but I'd buy an entire new battery. Around
steeljan: Dont' tell anyone, but I actually prefer my home made button, it's smooth,
making it easier to press. ;-) Thanks!
iPhpwn4: Epic! Love your work.
willieBB123: im so glad your back , just remember we love you and we have your
steeljan: Hugs Buzz, thanks!
andy lake: great little vid.I watched this to find the answer to a similar question: I
have a vision spinner and it is coming to the end of it's life cycle Can i
replace the internal battery?.
ckrobh7: are all the wires disconnected? there should be four. Three running to the
board from the battery and one from the board to the head. I haven't
completely disassembled mine but the three wires from the battery broke and
I had to resolder them. Red goes to V black goes to G and the wire running
outside of the battery either black or yellow runs to the middle under the
chip on board. watch the video again. As for the fourth wire I didnt have
to go that far, so I'm not sure :D
guruaccount: Nice video !! ;)
Alana Friedhaber: can I send you my vision spinner and money to fix for me. I really need it
fixed and I don't have enough money for a new one.
Mannek inPiss: but how to OPEN schiiiiit!
diesel305454: Great video! Great job!
canonikon: It's the two wire from the head to the circuit, i soldered it back
steeljan: Thanks!! I'll put in an annotation and add it to the comments right now!
Logan Lutane: Can i send you a c twist for repair? Ill gladly pay
steeljan: Good luck with it. Thanks!
iamthejohn1: Love your work Steeljan, like your style too. Thankyou for making this
video, which gave me a much needed insight into how the internal lipo and
pot are wired to the pcb (wasn't sure if the metal body was the -ve like
some other devices, but it doesn't look like it is which makes my
modification idea a lot easier to accomplish). Keep on fixin' stuff! :D
mc0676: steeljan thank u for the videos, how u consider the cs3 ?
Andy Gee: Thanks this helped with repairing my Vision spinner!
japimportssuck: You're possibly the coolest lady I've ever seen on Youtube. You married?