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hum, I would have thought LV would had at least ran Case Analyzer on the device and set accordingly,... oh well, not a part of this issue but just noted....  
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hum, I would have thought LV would had at least ran Case Analyzer on the device and set accordingly,... oh well, not a part of this issue but just noted....  


You would think...the only LV mod I have that came with case thermals set was the Triade...Therion & Skar had Evolv defaults...
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@VapePanther You posted profile 1 which looks good for TC. Your Device Monitor showed you were using Profile 2.

Please Device Monitor while firing showing Profile 1


lol...

trying to get it to lock up again.  I just tightened the screws down.  ill post a screen shot of the correct profile device manager here in a minute.
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well it looks like the problem was my deck screws were not tight enough.  i cant seem to get it to lock up again and im getting dizzy lol.

Thanks for the fast help, sorry for the noob question and using the wrong profile.  [biggrin]
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Not a problem...glad to help & great that you got it working...stable connections are extremely important in TC on the DNA devices...[thumb][thumb]  You will need to run the case analyzer sometime to get the proper values for your device...just make sure your batteries are at least 50% discharged, if not more...will take awhile...I usually start it before I go to bed...
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@VapePanther You posted profile 1 which looks good for TC. Your Device Monitor showed you were using Profile 2.

Please Device Monitor while firing showing Profile 1


Nice catch Wayneo...[thumb]
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Not a problem...glad to help & great that you got it working...stable connections are extremely important in TC on the DNA devices...[thumb][thumb]  You will need to run the case analyzer sometime to get the proper values for your device...just make sure your batteries are at least 50% discharged, if not more...will take awhile...I usually start it before I go to bed...


I see that lol, they were pretty tight but one of them I was able to snug up a bit. I'll run the analyzer here in a few hours my batteries should be down to 25% by then. Is the case analyzer a one time thing or do I need to run it every so often?
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Anytime you see fluctuating ohms, it's most likely a resistance stability issue...only need to run case analyzer once, accept the values & then upload to device...
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well I spoke too soon just hit it a few more times and its doing it again.  here is a screen shot of the device monitor.

Im starting to think its my avocado 24 thats causing this problem. I threw on my fuji gta, hopefully its just that rdta.

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You might want to unscrew the 510 pin from the Avacodo & check to make sure that the screw that connects the pin to the build deck is tight as well...
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When I switched to DNA devices, I quit using my Avacado because of the multiple joints that the resistance has to pass through to get to the mod...on all the attys I use, the 510 pin on the deck makes direct contact to the 510 center pin on the device...but thats just me...[biggrin]
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Yea, im gonna vape on this fuji to see if i get the same problem while I check the avocado.  Im hoping its the 510 pin and screw because thats my favorite tank and i dont want to have to stop using it.
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When I switched to DNA devices, I quit using my Avacado because of the multiple joints that the resistance has to pass through to get to the mod...on all the attys I use, the 510 pin on the deck makes direct contact to the 510 center pin on the device...but thats just me...[biggrin]


I think I may be doing the same...[mad][biggrin]

Any rdtas you would reccomend?
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Being that you are using a 3 core clapton, thats alot of metal to heat up...you might want to change the settings in your profile...

Power - 167
Preheat - 167
Punch - 11
Time Limit - 3 secs.

This will get the coil up to temp quick & then the board will do its job & throttle back the wattage to maintain temp. In the Mod tab, at the top, there is a 'Kanthal Power Limit'..if you set this to a wattage you are comfy with, if it drops into Power mode, it won't cook yer lips...[biggrin]
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Personally, I use mostly Steam Crave attys & also have a Merlin Mini that I use on my VT75 Nano...and the Ammit...
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