Suorin drop blinking blue

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  1. nicholasKOKO

    nicholasKOKO New Member

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    Hey everyone,

    My suorin drop that I got only two weeks ago is blinking blue whenever I try to take a drag. I have tried cleaning the pod and the area next to the two connectors in the device, and I have tried moving it in different directions and taking a drag to see if it was a connectivity issue, but neither worked. The device is fully charged, and the pod is full. If anyone can help, please do.

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  2. skt239

    skt239 VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic...n_drop_blinking_lightconnector_issue_related/

    Who would have thought the answer would be on google. First result no less.

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    Pastorfuzz Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    SteveS45 Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    http://lmgtfy.com/
     
  5. nicholasKOKO

    nicholasKOKO New Member

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    I occasionally have the same problem with my Drop. I’ve found that removing the tank and wiping off the connectors works pretty much every time. I haven’t read the answer from Google yet.
     
  7. nicholasKOKO

    nicholasKOKO New Member

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    Bump; wiping the connects does nothing.
     
  8. Please dont drop the mic

    Please dont drop the mic New Member

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    Hey real quick I figured out an actual solution that worked for two Suorins so far. Behind the suorin logo is a small phillips head screw. If you pry off the logo which is actually a sticker(with a small flat head) you can access it and if you tighten it, it'll help with the blinking light solution. Just dont over tighten it or it may fire after you stop hitting. Try taking a hit a few times before putting the sticker back on. and also do this at your own risk. Mine blinked all the time before, and my friends didnt fire at all because it was so loose. Also you do not have to undo any of the screws on the bottom.
     

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