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Cleaning your threads.

Cleaning:

It's very important to keep your threaded connection clean at all times and is very easy to do. Maintaining your device will prolong its life and keep it in good working order. 



Cleaning the connections
Keep your threaded connections clean by swabbing them to soak up any excess eliquid and dirt. This will ensure that your device has a good connection and will be able to operate at it best performance level. 

 

Manual batteries:

  • Make sure the battery is turned off.
  • Dampen cotton swab (Q-tip) with rubbing alcohol. make sure it is not over saturated or dripping wet. 
  • Rub the threads, making sure to get all the way around threads. 
  • Rub the center plate, making sure it is clean. 
  • Flip the swab over and using the dry side, swab the whole connection.
  • If they dry end of the swab is dirty after you are done swabbing, you may want to repeat the whole process again.

Automatic Batteries: 

  • Dampen a cotton swab (Q-tip) with rubbing alcohol. make sure it is not over saturated or dripping wet. 
  • Rub the threads, making sure to get all the way around threads. 
  • Rub the center plate, making sure it is clean. 
  • When doing the center plate make sure to not squeeze the end of the swab so any liquid comes out. If you do make sure it does not go down the center air hole or it will damage the battery. 
  • Flip the swab over and using the dry side, swab the whole connection.
  • If they dry end of the swab is dirty after you are done swabbing, you may want to repeat the whole process again.

Your battery threads are now clean and ready to be used or charged. 

Chargers:

 Even your USB chargers need to be cleaned from time to time. Follow the steps below to clean your chargers.

Screw on USB Charger:

To clean the USB chargers, unplug the charger from the USB port, remove the battery (if there is one on it). Take a dampened cotton swab with rubbing alcohol, and scrub the threaded connection of the charger, flip the swab over and scrub the threads again with the dry side. If the threads are still dirty you may need to repeat the process. Allow everything to dry before attempting to use.  

 Xtar WPII Charger:

The Xtar does not really need weekly cleanings like your USB chargers, But about once a month You should dust the battery bays, and clean the contacts of the charger. 

To clean the Xtar contacts, unplug the charger and remove any battery from the bays. Use a dampened cotton swab with rubbing alcohol, and scrub the 4 contacts. Allow everything to dry before plugging back in and/or inserting a battery. 

 

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