Let's Fix the XP-Pen (PA2) Stylus

Let's Fix the XP-Pen (PA2) Stylus

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hello everybody I'm virtual SG and I'm going to show you how I fixed my XP pen PA to stylus the issue I was having was that the pen would just trigger randomly I tried setting the barrel buttons to no action but to make a long story short that didn't help at all so as you can imagine that got pretty annoying and I found one video bias Pressy paint that helped me solve this problem now I was pretty apprehensive
00:32
about breaking down my stylus but the long and short of it is that I went ahead and did it and it worked so I decided to make a video to confirm for you that breaking down the stylus may not be so scary especially if it's your only option so this could very well solve your problems if you're having any so the first thing is to unscrew the nib housing it's on there pretty tight so I use some tape to protect it from my pliers you the next step is to remove the rubber sleeve
01:22
now I eased the button assembly from its seat now this is a delicate process but I took my time and eventually it just kind of pops out so then I remove the red ring and then there's a tiny screw that holds this stylus together so I remove that with an itty-bitty Phillips screwdriver and I separate the pieces revealing the little circuit board thingy now I remove that and just show that it's still doing the same thing even when it's naked like
02:10
this and on this little circuit board thing is a special screw I claim no technical understanding of what this is but I guess it's some kind of tuner so I turn this little screw just a little bit you and as you can see it still doesn't work right so I try to knit some more or turning it some more now it may look like I am really winding it but trust me I'm just making very small moves I have no idea what would happen if you just twist this thing
03:06
around around I'm not going to try that so as you can see just making a couple of little adjustments on that screw it's fixed I haven't had a problem with it since it's been a couple months and then when put the pen back together it's best to follow these steps first slide the circuit board thing back in it sits in there pretty good so it's not a real issue you put the red ring on and then the other half of the pen it fits together really nicely so gently screw that back together or at least it did for me maybe I'm brilliant I don't know
03:47
you so then you slide on the rubber sleeve and then you want to put the butt be back together and the back part of this little this part here has a notch I think that's the back so make sure that that's the back just snaps into place like so and there's a faint line on the button indicating the front end I don't know if you can see that but you know there's a very faint line on the button that I think indicates the front end
04:31
I managed to fix two styluses this way so it's worked for me good luck you

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