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flearider

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is a hard reset suposed to blank/clear the device of all settings ?
mine wont ?
went thru tools hard and soft reset and there still there ?
could it be that i hard wired the power to the board ?
fredrogers

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I believe the reset is just a full power down.  

Kind of like rebooting your computer.

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flearider

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the problem being
i put a .27 ss build in my serpent slapped it on the dna 200 and i'm getting wisps of vapour ?? same go's with a .35 build and .78 build wtf is going on ..??
but if i heat the coil slightly moving the build up to.30 from .27 bang it's working fine ? untill it resets itself to .27
it's got me so frustrated today ..
i've even tried 5 diffrent 316l csv's ?
it's set at 420f with a boost of 30w for 1 sec  and set for 28w air flow open all the way and i just get a wisp of vapor then temp control kicks in temp protected and nothing .. grrrr
dwcraig1

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Just some things to take into consideration. Because of it's low TCR any added resistance getting involved due to incorrect mod resistance setting, wonky 510 connection, wire at post, ect will give you all kinds of potential grief.
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flearider

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yeah but the thing is it was fine yesterday .. and it's not just the serpent  doing the same on the narda ..
i've ordered another 510 to see if thats the problem .. lets hope it is .. grrr
flearider

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just to say it was .. new fat daddy installed .. must of had grounding issues ??
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