Flowermate V5.0S Disassembled

Click on any of these images to “embiggen”   This is our breakdown of the Flowermate V5.0S. The slide tops pop off to reveal four screws, two on the top and two on the bottom. After you unscrew and remove the covers, the chassis slides out from the bottom. 

In the top left you see the Heating element and Chamber. Both the top and bottom are cushioned with silicone and the heater itself is double wrapped with a heat cover. Below the chamber is an open space for air flow, this open area is right next to the air holes on the aluminum casing, leaving the air flow interrupted by any electronic components. 

The dual LG (Samsung) batteries are wielded to the wires and are not meant to be replaced except by an authorized distributor.
Just a friendly warning, opening up your FlowerMate voids the warranty so we do not recommend doing this at home unless absolutely necessary.
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4 comments on Flowermate V5.0S Disassembled

  1. April 12, 2016 at 9:45 pmGonzalo Reply to Gonzalo
    Excelent!! this topic was so helpful! thanks!!
  2. May 11, 2018 at 3:21 amIno Emm Reply to Ino Emm
    So I have the Zeus Smite and they're identical. I saw this post and tried it out myself. My warranty was void as of October 2017 so I didnt mind. If you're curious about opening about your Zeus Smite then this is the post for you. I decided to clean off all the burnt herb that have passed through the chamber (there was a lingering odour) and this post was very useful. If anyone could help, I would like to know the kind of tape they used and where to purchase it as some of the burnt herb has stuck to the exposed areas of the tape.
  3. November 13, 2018 at 5:12 pmthetentman Reply to thetentman
    "The dual LG (Samsung) batteries are wielded to the wires..." You misspelled welded. The wires are not welded. They are soldered.
  4. February 22, 2020 at 3:00 amthetentman Reply to thetentman
    Update - there is no solder at all. The batteries can be replaced. The replacement batteries have flat ends not caps. Iy is tough but can be done.