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Amirulmukmiinin

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Hi i have a problem with my Vt75 nano about ohm resistance.
my ohm is not set in every puff.
every puff mean different ohm reading. Anyone can help?

sorry for my broken english, i wish all of u can understand. Thanks
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What kind of atomizer/coil are you using? Can you post a screenshot of the 'Mod' tab in Escribe & one of the 'Device Monitor' while firing with the following checked...Power, Power Set, Temperature, Temperature Set, Cold Ohms, Live Ohms...
Amirulmukmiinin

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kanthal 28, 6wrap, 2.0
using doggystyle tank dna75 2.png  dna75.png   

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Need to make sure all your screws on the deck are good & tight...including the 510 pin. There have been some issues with the Nano having resistance issues due to loose ground screw on the DNA board. This device is very easy to get into...2 screws on the top & 2 on the bottom (T6's). Then gently pull the 2 parts of the mod apart. There are 3 mount screws on the board. Mine had 2 screws that were loose...
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done it! thank you so much bro! really appreciate it
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Amirulmukmiinin

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nah after a minute my ohm still running bro. tighten all the screw but still having the same problem.
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Check the 510 plate on the device. Try adjusting it up or down to see if you can get a better ground to the atomizer. The 2 hole on topof the plate are not screws...I use my tweezers to adjust the plate...are you using contact or spaced coil?
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contact coil. i tighten the plate already so that mean no need to tight it too much? what does it by adjusting it up or down? sorry im not understand.[crazy][crazy]
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try a spaced coil
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Yo @Amirulmukmiinin Are you trying to use this in TC mode ? If it's just jumpy ohms, check the build with Atomizer Analyzer.

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kanthal 28, 6wrap, 2.0    using doggystyle tank    

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Amirulmukmiinin

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I dont know im using the tc mode or not, im gonna check it again later. I tried on atomizer analyzer and other mod, no jumpy ohm, but when i put any tank(doggystyle, hurricane jr and kayfun v5) on my vt75nano, all show the jumpy ohm. The worse ohm jump is from 0.89 to 1.21. And its getting high to 1.38.


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Yo @Amirulmukmiinin Are you trying to use this in TC mode ? If it's just jumpy ohms, check the build with Atomizer Analyzer.

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Still the same result bro. And i opened my mod twice to make sure there's no untighted screw.

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try a spaced coil
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Still the same result bro. And i opened my mod twice to make sure there's no untighted screw.


Make sure your battery cover is on good & tight...the device gets ground through the body via the cover...
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I dont know im using the tc mode or not, im gonna check it again later. 


Looks like power mode...no temperature set..
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