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SinCo_Sam

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I have a new Lost Vape Triad with the DNA 250 chip. I have installed some premade Clapton coils from Advanced vape supply they are 316L SS on the Steam carve Aromizer plus RTA. I have set my device to the SS 316 profile and set my wattage to 55 and temp to 350 F. I fire my mod and the temp display switches to display “OFF”. Does this mean that my mod is broken? Please help I am trying to get off the cigarettes. 

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Not broken at all...very common with SS316L...can you post a screen shot of your profile settings...'Mod' tab & maybe a screen shot of the Device Monitor while firing the device. SS is kinda tricky & your mod & profile settings need to be right! 
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And double check all your connections are tight.
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 and........since you are using a premade clapton coil you might make sure it is spaced.... (no coil wrap touching another coil wrap).....are you using a single coil?
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giz_60 here is a shot of my SS 316 profile, I would be happy to take a shot of the device monitor screen but what are some of the boxes that I need to check? 

Wayneo I did make sure that my connections are tight 

retird I wasn't aware that the coils need to be spaced... I removed the cotton and spaced the coils and it fired in temp control, I rewicked and juiced and spaced them again and again it is the same issue where it displays OFF. 

I am stumped

EDITED now as I try to fire this device I get the temp protected screen...

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Raise the power setting in your profile...you are limiting the board to only 20 watts...kinda like a governor on an engine...on Device manager...tick off..Power, Power Set, Temperature, Temperature Set, Cold & Live Ohms...
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Let me know if this helps 

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Temp Protected means the device is firing in Temp mode & has hit the temp you have it set at...not an error, but a message..
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The device doesn't fire it displays temp protected.
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Only tick the boxes referred to...turn others off & fire it again
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Ok first let me thank you for your help for your help giz_60. I changed my settings in escribe to reflect your suggestions, It seemed to have worked! I have attached images of both the new settings and the device manager. My question now is where the heck did I go wrong???

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Awesome...[thumb]...that looks really good...I believe you had the power in your profile set to low, which was not allowing the board to raise the temp of the wire fast enough, so the board thinks it is non-temp wire & switches to power mode. On my Triade, I have the power set at 250...preheat at 250...punch at 11 for 3 secs...bring the coil up to temp fast & let the board do it's job...in the 'Mod' tab, you set your kanthal power limit lower in case it does shift to power mode, then it won't cook yer lips.. The beauty of these devices is, you can play & adjust to find what works best for you.

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giz_60 IS it safe to set the power and preheat so high?

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Where is the MOD tab?
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giz_60 IS it safe to set the power and preheat so high?



I have been running my Triade set up that way since day one! You can play with those settings & find what works best for you. I prefer to bring the coil temp up fast & then let the board do it's thing...

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Where is the MOD tab?


Go to 'Options>Interface' and select 'Manufacture'
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