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Warpten

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Hello guys !

I'm in a world of despair, i've bought a Vaporshark DNA250, a Wismec Theorem, an Ammit from Geekvape, some cotton and a truckload of prebuild coil from UD and so far, none have worked !

First i thought the SS316 was too finnicky so i switched to Ni200 (i was kicked out of TC non stop...) and even in Ni200 it's not working, i"ve tried multiples setup and my DNA250 keep sending 5W output, i'm forced to cut temp control to vape on Ni200 which isn't pleasant at all, please help !


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It looks like your live ohms are fluctuating, which usually an indication of a loose or bad connection somewhere within the atomizer or between the atty & mod...try double checking all screws, etc. on the coils..also make sure the 510 pins on the attys are tight... & clean the 510 pins & threads with iso alcohol...
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I will try that, i'll keep you informed.
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Still acting finnicky...

I had to do some weird stuff to make it "work" 

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That looks a lot better & more stable...having good stable connections is very important with the DNA devices. The non-DNA devices are more forgiving & not nearly as accurate. Have you run a test for the mod resistance yet? Having the mod res set correctly will also help.

Edit: Scratch the mod res test...forgot there is an issue with testing the 2xx devices with the software. Just check the mod resistance in the mod tab & make sure it has a value in the .003 - .006 range.
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.... Edit: Scratch the mod res test...forgot there is an issue with testing the 2xx devices with the software. Just check the mod resistance in the mod tab & make sure it has a value in the .003 - .006 range.
I just did my 250 using the 'giz' method and measured a solid .003 (Atty, coil, and method validated on 2 mods prior)

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I just did my 250 using the 'giz' method and measured a solid .003 (Atty, coil, and method validated on 2 mods prior)


@Wayneo...glad to hear you were able to get that to work for you.

@Warpten...if you want to try the 'giz' method, there is thread that this is discussed in here...https://evolvapor.forumchitchat.com/post/mod-resistance-7522239?&trail=75
beginning at post #72 I believe..This whole thread is a good read & will enlighten you to importance of setting the mod res...I have since found that instead of using a coil, just a short, 4in. to 6in. piece of wire seems to work better...I have used this on all my 250's & have validated the method on my 75's, which still can use the shorting plug, as well...
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... & have validated the method on my 75's, which still can use the shorting plug, as well...
Yup, same here [thumb]

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I calibrated everything with the "giz" methodology, i can finaly crank constant 40W in TC ! [love]

Thank you guys !
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Great to hear everything worked out for ya...[thumb][thumb]
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