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jram0421

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My temp is showing 41297F, I set the profile using a TCR of .00100, I've tried resetting the settings on the board.
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super high temp readings on the display are usually do to poor/loose connections somewhere between 510 and your build. 510 center pin, 510 threads, atty pin, threads, post screws, etc.
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It's only doing that with one of my RDAs. My RTA with a notch coil and a tank with a Ni200 coil work just fine. I've taken everything apart and put it back together again.
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Exactly the same happened to me with one atty only. Which was odd as the same atty and coil worked perfectly on another Dna mod. It's definitely a connection problem. I took my whole mod apart and cleaned all the contacts and threads as well as the atty and it's been perfect since, so give that a try too.
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a connection issue doesn't necessarily mean it's in the mod, it can easily be an RDA/RTA etc. that can be....picky on what it will work. 
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The 510 negative screw on my RDA was loose, ended up wasting so much time troubleshooting, and never once thought to look at it. Everything is working fine with that RDA, and it just seems like my velocity clone just won't work.
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Have you put steam engine excel file? or at least the tcr on steam-engine? Program fowards you there. Tcr 100 is not 316l .879
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Isn't the tcr for 316L .00092. I know the wire wizard shows 879×10^(-6) but if you look at the table it shows the correct tcr. I don't know why the discrepancy.
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Probably because Wire Wizard uses TCR in vaping range not TCR at room temp, you can see the curve is not so step in the 392 - 572 F range.  This is why the materials profile curve is superior to a TCR.
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