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Mod res set to zero clean 510 screwed on tight 0.002 steady as can be

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LostVape Triad 0.004 tight set to zero and hard reboot

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I just sent my HCigar VT75 Nano back due to poor battery cover threads on the mod side, but when the replacement comes, I'll do a copper plug resistance test on it.
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I just sent my HCigar VT75 Nano back due to poor battery cover threads on the mod side, but when the replacement comes, I'll do a copper plug resistance test on it.

Mine are pretty good my friends that I set up were catching so I used scotchbrite but after looking closer the threads were ok his magnetic tab had to have upward tension on it slightly tugging it when unscrewing/screwing.. Very odd and pretty temperamental. Sorry to hear that! Once I got them tuned in the nano became my favorite. Fingers crossed you get it back soon! When you do get it put a little graphite on those threads. Ttys
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I think it's just bad manufacturing. I had issues with my battery cap threads. I used Noalox on the threads. You don't want to use graphite on the threads as it's a ground for the battery. 
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I think it's just bad manufacturing. I had issues with my battery cap threads. I used Noalox on the threads. You don't want to use graphite on the threads as it's a ground for the battery. 


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Isn't graphite suppose to be conductive?
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Isn't graphite suppose to be conductive?

Probably I didn't really like pour it down the tube I loosened it with it. There's no signs of it. It was bad to the point I had to loosen the star point screws on the end to coax it out.
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