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yoseff

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What number you have in Mod Resistance (In escribe - mod tab)?
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mod resistance : 0.006 Ω
Ohm lock range : +/- 25%

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Anyone????????
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It is most likely a connection issue, I had a ss dual twisted coil drop out of temp control recently and it was just a post screw that needed tightening, also 510 adjustment on atties and the 510 connections in the device are worth checking.
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Latest versions of EScribe: DNA 200/250DNA 75
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Thank both yossef and Vaping Bad. I try everything. Tight or untight the post screws, the central screw, rta with non adjustadle (OBS engine), try variable types of wires  (SS316L 32ga UD, Alien SS 316L, Clapton SS 316 UD) and when I hit the fire button the mod writes 33335 and then OFF or TEMPERATURE PROTECTION, or 476 C or 800 F and then TEMPERATURE PROTECTION. All these happens only on SS wires. When I put Ni200 the mod works correctly
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Temperature protection message is not anything to worry about, it is just an info message that you have gone past temp and you can turn it off in EScribe.   If it works with Ni it is probably the wire, connections or the coil build.  If it is too hot then the cold res reading could be too high, but as long as you do not lock resistance the mod should be able to compensate for that after idling of 10 or more minutes. Claptons can suffer from hot spots so are going to be the hardest types of coils to track down an issue with,
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Thank you for the time you spend for me
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i need those profiles but i cannot download them
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i need those profiles but i cannot download them
what profiles do you need REVINIAN13? 

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If you're having problems with the device going out of TC mode and you are 100% sure you have the right settings in Escribe (316L stainless steel profile downloaded from Steam Engine, imported and set to a profile in Escribe; uploaded, and activated as a profile on your device) you might want to contact the retailer. 

I'm currently using 316L without any problems on my DNA 75 chip.
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