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Sticky buttons on mod - little tip

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks For Vaping' started by Nakhonsisean, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. Nakhonsisean

    Nakhonsisean Thread Starter Well-Known Member

    Dec 6, 2014
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    Over time, I've found some of my older mods (Sigelei 150, SXK Zero) suffer from buttons that become unresponsive or just stick. Take out the batteries, spray a little WD40/Sonax on your finger tip and rapidly press the offending button. Within 10 seconds I've always found my buttons as responsive as ever.

    Maybe old news for some, but hope it helps others. Maybe someone will tell me I'm doing long term damage but It's worked a treat on the old Sigelei for a year now!
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  2. debatedude
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    debatedude Mech Moderator Staff Member

    Mar 6, 2013
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    I do the same for sticky mech mod buttons. Works on those as well. :very good:

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