HELP! PAD FALLING OFF!


#1

My pad is falling off, I tried to put it on, but it’s not fully in, like a corner isn’t touching the yoyo if you know what I mean. Can I just take it off and play with one or what? What do I do?!?!?!


#2

Can you take pictures? What yoyo and what pads are you using? They’re probably worn out, just get a new pair. This happens to all types of response.

Next time, you should probably specify that you’re talking about yoyo response pads, because the title sounds a bit odd. :wink:


#3

Umm,k, its a yoyodactory supernova, and its the pads it came with. 1 sec, ill try to add a pic


#4

usually just means you’ve over worn them, it’s happened to me twice with my DM 2, so I’m waiting for yyE to get more stock of their BULK IRpads, I seem to go through mine pretty quickly


#5

were can I fine this yoyodactory supernova?


#6

What?
Ohhhhh, factory ;D


#7

Hey yoyo thanks for congrating me on my first post. Anyways the pads are worn out. I recommend getting the YYF response system variety pack. Because I don’t know what you want but there good pads got some today.


#8

The Supernova takes CBC slim pads.

Buy a pair of that size, then scrape out the remaining pad in the yoyo and put the new ones in :).

They wear down so pick up more than one pack…


#9

Oh, ok thanks guys. I go to a yoyo club, and thats when a part of the pad wasn’t in the side of the yoyo. I asked what pads I should buy if I need new ones, he said they had yoyofactory pads, they were orange. Does anybody know what pads those are? I know nothing about pads…


#10

Well I know the red are the contest pads…


#11

Just make sure they say CBC Slim…

Just use the search bar, CBC Slim pad…


#12

it’s the standard 19mm size, the IR pads are in stock now here at YYE so you might want to try a little ball of 5 pairs 'cause it’s easier than buying them buy the pair, and if they work out get a jar of 25 (that’s what I’m doing :stuck_out_tongue: )


#13

Just for the note, you might want to get some flowable silicone and give that a shot. I prefer that because I can go pick it up from a local store instead of ordering it online and paying shipping(I like doing stuff myself as well)

DERP


#14

I just don’t like the idea of having to wait 24 hours before I can throw again


#15

And that, my friend, is when a spare throw comes in handy. :wink:


#16

once I have some spares that becomes valid, but I only have 2 1A yoyos, my Lizard; which doesn’t seem to play right any more, and my DM2, sometime this month I’ll have 1 more to my collection


#17

Flowable silicone does not take 24 hours to dry in a yoyo its more like 4-6 and your ready to go i find the clear flowable the easiest to apply but the red and clear rtv last much longer but they are a bit harder to apply i wouldnt waste the money on ready made pads but thats just me


#18

NO, do NOT just play your yoyo after a few hours. The silicone may seem dry, but if it didn’t have enough time to cure, it would fall out easily, which was the OP’s problem in the first place


#19

Hey man im just sayin what works for me


#20

Sorry if I came across as harsh, its just that 4-6 hours seems pretty short, especially if it were the person’s first time doing silicone and he/she did a sloppy job