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Clairenix

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Hi Guys,

 

I've restored config on my Finder 167 and thought it was going to be the same as out of the box but little did I know that it restored the chip into zero and had to set even the battery again...

I've lost all the OEM configuration and even the case configs and I'm completely lost now.. What should I do? 

I've recently got the batteries running and can vape now but I'm not sure what else I should do..

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If nobody here has the .ecig file for you then you could contact Thinkvape and see if they could e-mail you the .ecig file.....

http://www.thinkvap.com/



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Thanks,

 

I am requesting now.. Since I've resetted my DNA250 chip is there anything I should look out for? I hope I'm not doing anything dangerous.. (while waiting for the ecig file atleast..)

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Thinkvape has already replied to me, Here's the Ecig file that I got and I think everything's a-okay now!

 
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Thinkvape has already replied to me, Here's the Ecig file that I got and I think everything's a-okay now!

does escribe not read and save your settings? To a seperate file in documents, so even if you delete escribe you will still have them to retrieve later. ..
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does escribe not read and save your settings? To a seperate file in documents, so even if you delete escribe you will still have them to retrieve later. ..


I was not able to make a backup beforehand

It was an accident per se; I mindlessly clicked it not realizing what I have done..
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Oh well you got it now, lol,
How long where you using it befor you realised it had re set, i wouldnt have thought that fine case res and battery would have stoped you from getting a draw off it..
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Oh well you got it now, lol,
How long where you using it befor you realised it had re set, i wouldnt have thought that fine case res and battery would have stoped you from getting a draw off it..



Immediately as it also deleted battery settings, luckily someone on reddit shared their 2 cell settings and it allowed me to vape on the raw DNA250 while i was at the office.
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As long as you have the correct battery type and cell number (2 or 3) the defaults are fine, you should only loose a little accuracy at low res and high power, nothing to stop you getting a decent vape.
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As long as you have the correct battery type and cell number (2 or 3) the defaults are fine, you should only loose a little accuracy at low res and high power, nothing to stop you getting a decent vape.


The default didn't work since it had inaccurate wattage and capacity. It gave me a check battery error.
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The default didn't work since it had inaccurate wattage and capacity. It gave me a check battery error.

Maybe it set it to 3 cell when you were using 2, the cell number is the most vital setting followed by the battery type.

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Yep i would have bet money on it being a defalt three cell as default and had no idear it was a two cell mod.
so what is your maximum wattage on that then??
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Probably guys,

On the mod? 167
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Thinkvape has already replied to me, Here's the Ecig file that I got and I think everything's a-okay now!


Thanks I've got the same problem and now Solved! Got the OEM configurations again..
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Hey guys, got something to follow up this discussion.

 

I've noticed the the OEM soft cell cutoff was 2.5v, I've read alot that it was recommended to be 3.09v.. Would you guys have any good guesses as to why it was 2.5v default?

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