Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by ACE OF VAPE, Dec 7, 2012.
Nah! Just look at the pic that I added to my last reply now
I understand now.
You need to unscrew it push metal all the way back in. Sit the washer on the next lip up like in @blokenoname has shown in the picture of a nano. Compair your and his again notice your screw is close to metal with nothing to grasp on to. His is up on the lip holding metal in place.
Slow typing clearly
No Labor day sale? Or new stands?
I was wondering the same thing? Labor Day is almost over - also no new dimmer switches either?
Hopefully they’ll extend the sale out a few days.
I am surprised the screw went all the way in that far if its usually supposed to further back.
I am actually away on holidays so I can try to fix it now but as soon as I get back I will try and fix it.
thanks everyone for your help.
HEY!!! Holy shit long time since last posted but you know .. Enano is bullet proof or yeah nearly judging by last posts but anyway I just had this bright idea and had to share
Next time I am in town I am heading straight to the office supply store to buy the biggest one they have and then I can clip it to pretty much anything
I can't be the first person to do this?
Am I god? oh god no .. I gave children cancer!!!! Why me!!! WHY!!!!!
Been doing that for a while now, works great! I use two of them, one on each side of the dial to hold it flat and parallel to the table. My clips are larger to grasp my hutches table ledge and I only insert the cable thru one side of the clips arms. In fact I only leave the one clip arm on after its been mounted.
Nice project 4 da controller 4 da NANO?
I use cheap low budget rubber band’s!
Where did U get your?
Love da way they look!
Oddly enough they are cut sections of bike inner tube.
Which actually makes them pretty easy to find since they are sold at stores like Walmart. I just went and looked and these are made from a 26x1.75/2.125 size tube. But just check out the tubes they have and see whats close to the size you need and or buy a couple sizes, they are handy to have around.
People call them "Ranger Bands" apparently the US Army Rangers use them to hold items to their gear. Also super handy for adding to things to give them a rubber grip too... In fact that just gave me an idea.. I wonder if I can get an inner-tube big enough to make bands to go around the bottom of glass...
I'm lost. In what pic is the bike inner tube shown?
It’s holding the dial in place.
Somewhere in this thread there was a member using bike innertube. But he cut like a 1 1/2 " piece it covered almost the whole dial then he cut a slit in the center so you can see where it set at.
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