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ACWalkerII

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I'm having a similar issue. Dual coil 10 wrap each, 3mm bit, 24g Ni200, set at 400 degrees and 80 Watts.

Some times it works and works well. And then out of no where it stops working, I get the ---F no temp read out and it seems to be pushing straight power to the Ni200 coils. If I sit there and hold the fire button it will fire until the juice is all gone the coils go red hot and literally burst into flames.

The last time this happen I decided to build new coils. These new coils id have set up nearly the same way. Instead of ---F Id get a reading of 2000+ degrees and then it would stop firing for being over temp. After a few times firing it the temp reading would then go back to ---F and start firing straight power to the Ni200 coils.

Mod: Reuleaux DNA200
Atti: CCI Archon
Coil wire: Ni200 from Lightningvapes
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Tried the hard reboot, and so far my titanium build on the squape seems to be working.
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One quick way I have found if my atty falls out of temp control is vape it in non tc 2 to 3 puffs. Remove the atty so resistance shows 0 on the mod. Suck through it a few times to cool coil. Then reattach atty select old coil then it jumps back in temp control. Just make shure you don't select new coil resistance will be wrong if it goes into temp control and can make it harder to get it to go into temp control
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Originally Posted by ACWalkerII
I'm having a similar issue. Dual coil 10 wrap each, 3mm bit, 24g Ni200, set at 400 degrees and 80 Watts.

Some times it works and works well. And then out of no where it stops working, I get the ---F no temp read out and it seems to be pushing straight power to the Ni200 coils. If I sit there and hold the fire button it will fire until the juice is all gone the coils go red hot and literally burst into flames.

The last time this happen I decided to build new coils. These new coils id have set up nearly the same way. Instead of ---F Id get a reading of 2000+ degrees and then it would stop firing for being over temp. After a few times firing it the temp reading would then go back to ---F and start firing straight power to the Ni200 coils.

Mod: Reuleaux DNA200
Atti: CCI Archon
Coil wire: Ni200 from Lightningvapes



I had a similar problem , and after a while Wismec stopped working. Now it is out of warranty at the store.It seems to me that the issue of 510 there was no response from the atomizer + low backlight of lcd
Jimithybee

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Originally Posted by ACWalkerII
I'm having a similar issue. Dual coil 10 wrap each, 3mm bit, 24g Ni200, set at 400 degrees and 80 Watts.

Some times it works and works well. And then out of no where it stops working, I get the ---F no temp read out and it seems to be pushing straight power to the Ni200 coils. If I sit there and hold the fire button it will fire until the juice is all gone the coils go red hot and literally burst into flames.

The last time this happen I decided to build new coils. These new coils id have set up nearly the same way. Instead of ---F Id get a reading of 2000+ degrees and then it would stop firing for being over temp. After a few times firing it the temp reading would then go back to ---F and start firing straight power to the Ni200 coils.

Mod: Reuleaux DNA200
Atti: CCI Archon
Coil wire: Ni200 from Lightningvapes



I am having the exact same issue, only on a Vaporshark DNA200. I have not been able to get any temp control wires to work, neither spaced not contact, EXCEPT for 316L 26g wire. I've been trying tonight to get some sweet spot titanium wire working, and am using their CSV files, with no luck still.

I am going to try the fix when I am able to swap back to temp coils (decided to pop some Ni80 coils in) but am hesitant because I read on another post that the method was thought to be the cause of another user's fuse blowing on his board or something? It doesn't seem like there is anything that would cause any problems though so I'm thinking it was just coincidence? But has anyone else been having similar issues, or are there any other solutions that people have found?

PS - one detail I forgot to mention is that when my resistance is locked, it will occasionally become spontaneously unlocked without me doing anything, or the resistance will change even while locked. Is this normal? What is the correct use for resistance locking, as I have read a few posts suggesting that it is not meant to be used every time you vape temp control

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Originally Posted by ACWalkerII
I'm having a similar issue. Dual coil 10 wrap each, 3mm bit, 24g Ni200, set at 400 degrees and 80 Watts.

Some times it works and works well. And then out of no where it stops working, I get the ---F no temp read out and it seems to be pushing straight power to the Ni200 coils. If I sit there and hold the fire button it will fire until the juice is all gone the coils go red hot and literally burst into flames.

The last time this happen I decided to build new coils. These new coils id have set up nearly the same way. Instead of ---F Id get a reading of 2000+ degrees and then it would stop firing for being over temp. After a few times firing it the temp reading would then go back to ---F and start firing straight power to the Ni200 coils.

Mod: Reuleaux DNA200
Atti: CCI Archon
Coil wire: Ni200 from Lightningvapes
I am having the exact same issue, only on a Vaporshark DNA200. I have not been able to get any temp control wires to work, neither spaced not contact, EXCEPT for 316L 26g wire. I've been trying tonight to get some sweet spot titanium wire working, and am using their CSV files, with no luck still. I am going to try the fix when I am able to swap back to temp coils (decided to pop some Ni80 coils in) but am hesitant because I read on another post that the method was thought to be the cause of another user's fuse blowing on his board or something? It doesn't seem like there is anything that would cause any problems though so I'm thinking it was just coincidence? But has anyone else been having similar issues, or are there any other solutions that people have found? PS - one detail I forgot to mention is that when my resistance is locked, it will occasionally become spontaneously unlocked without me doing anything, or the resistance will change even while locked. Is this normal? What is the correct use for resistance locking, as I have read a few posts suggesting that it is not meant to be used every time you vape temp control
if it's dumping you out of temp control with all wires, it's most likely a connection issue, a crazy high base resistance that does not reflect the actual base res of your coil. could be anything from the atty you're using to the stability of the 510 connection to how your wire leads are trapped in your atty. if your base res shifts one way or the other even while locked it means you're no longer in temp mode and regular power mode. it will not lock your base res in power mode. find out how stable your build is by opening up atty analyzer and watch your raw ohms as you fiddle with the atty i.e. wiggle it, tap the mod, tap your wire lead ends where they tie into the atty, etc. mod resistance also should be set correctly for an accurate base res reading.

you also need to make sure you're using the correct wire CSV/or TCR value for the specific wire you are using. make sure you're in the right profile for the correct wire type you're trying to TC. 

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Thatguy

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Does anyone know if this issue was due to mod/atty high res or was it an actual bug, did it get fixed?
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I have been also having this problem. Is there a solution for this?? I've been trying to make the temperature work for days by building new coils and trying to decipher the user manual with no use. The temperature worked once and didn't display anything after. Any advice is appreciated!!
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I have been also having this problem. Is there a solution for this?? I've been trying to make the temperature work for days by building new coils and trying to decipher the user manual with no use. The temperature worked once and didn't display anything after. Any advice is appreciated!!


You are going to need to supply some more info...atomizer type, wire, device...a screenshot of your wire profile, 'Mod' tab & 'Device Monitor' while firing the device would help too...the more info the better!!!

Edit: On 'Device Monitor', be sure to tick off the 'Pack', 'Power', 'Power Set', 'Temperature', 'Temperature Set', 'Cold Ohms', 'Live Ohms' boxes...
Yggdrasil

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I'm having problems with TC using a Therion 133 and an authentic Goon 24. The build I'm using is a single coil, 24ga, spaced, SS316L, 8 wraps, 3.5mm ID. The ohm reading .38. When firing inTC mode, the temp with increase drastically, to the point I can't get a hit from the atomizer. It goes almost straight to temp protection. I tried setting mod resistance to zero from .006. I'll try to upload some screenshots soon.
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