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#11 (permalink)      6/15/2015 4:18:11 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I have my brother in law one to fix a broken magnet in his SMPL and he said it worked fine. He had the coated copper SMPL with a brass button.

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You could use epoxy to glue it down I guess.
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Go to a craft store for the right glue. Thread lock or metal glue for jewelry should do nicely.
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Two part epoxy is the most stable glue. I know that the switch is a country mile from interacting with your juice, but I'd rather not have anything off gassing as UT cures. When fully set, epoxy is totally inert. Just be really careful about letting it set - if you rush and stick the switch together before its done, you'll be breaking out a blow torch to get the thing apart.
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Found a few more nemesis magnets in the drawer, they seem to work fine on mine, smoother than the spring
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j3oomerang wrote:

Found a few more nemesis magnets in the drawer, they seem to work fine on mine, smoother than the spring




You must have a bad spring. It's too bad they don't machine the center post of the switch to properly fit the magnet. It's almost like the magnets were an afterthought. The opposed recessed magnets you see on other mods are a superior design IMO.

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The spring on my SMPL clone was fine but wanted to try magnets, definitely less crunch now. I've yet to polish my switch so it will only get better. I don't think they thought of the magnets at all with my clone, they designed it to use the included spring. Even though these Nemesis magnets are loose around the posts of the switch, it still behaves as desired.
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anyone already try this magnet on SKU https://www.fasttech.com/products/3027/10010820/2175900 ?