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vegabob

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I use the full reading now not the 85.%
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(Home mods) Ive been using full number on mine too, they where at zero as default, three came out at 0.004 one at 0.005 so set them at that.
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Good that's how I use these tools my self
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I bought one of these from SmokeFreeMods and it works great. I have 6 DNA 200 devices and the listed case/device resistance on all but one of them was off by as much as 0.004 ohms. I have 2 VS DNA 200's and oddly enough, even though they should be identical for case/device resistance....they weren't. By the time you add up the losses presented by all the various solder connections, friction connections, various different lengths/type of wire, the ground and the 510 itself....these things WILL be different from box to box. It pays to double check what the manufacturer 'says' the case/device resistance is. I seriously doubt that they check each one individually. 20160323_202639.jpg 
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Thank you for letting me know how these tools worked out.
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If your trying to buy one of these 510 Tools please go to
http://www.smokefreemods.com
And you can buy them from the website thanks
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I use my tool once in a while to recheck my resistance to see how dirty my 510 gets and clean it untill I get my internal resistance back
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Just received my tool today! Put it on my Lavabox and Snugged down it reads .004 which I have had the mod set at. By Default the Ohms Lock Range box is set at 25%.
Should I leave it there? If I put 0 in it will automatically change to 5.08%


I'm running 1.0.42 Version of EScribe btw

Thank You, this Tool is AWESOME!!

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I bought this tool and it only worked on my Lavabox. I have 12 DNA 200's and tested it on 6 of them and it worked in 1. Would there be a reason for this happening? It's not reading the plug at all, just shows a question mark. I don't understand why.
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I bought this tool and it only worked on my Lavabox. I have 12 DNA 200's and tested it on 6 of them and it worked in 1. Would there be a reason for this happening? It's not reading the plug at all, just shows a question mark. I don't understand why.


It is probably hitting the high current protection, that would mean a resistance of 0.002 or less or your mode resistance was already set.  It is important to zero the mod res before measuring and you could try a hard reboot of the device after zeroing and before testing.

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I bought this tool and it only worked on my Lavabox. I have 12 DNA 200's and tested it on 6 of them and it worked in 1. Would there be a reason for this happening? It's not reading the plug at all, just shows a question mark. I don't understand why.


I had that issue on a few of my mods until I tightened it even more then I was comfortable with. When it was further down I got a reading.
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It is probably hitting the high current protection, that would mean a resistance of 0.002 or less or your mode resistance was already set.  It is important to zero the mod res before measuring and you could try a hard reboot of the device after zeroing and before testing.


I just got home from work so I'm going to give what you said a shot. Thank You. I will post back later to follow up.
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I just got home from work so I'm going to give what you said a shot. Thank You. I will post back later to follow up.


They may still read ?, then if you also try what mactavish suggested and they still do them 95% sure it just means they have very low (<= 0.002 ohm) res, which is good.  If so you should see the res reading going down past 0.003 as you screw the tool in.

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Has anyone managed to retest with this latest SP5 to see if this is working again? I know mine is somwhere around here, I'll just have to hunt it down.
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