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  1. dwcraig1

    New user 75

    EScribe will help you figure it out as to what is happening. Your temp is rather low so it will be easy to hit. Check to see that your voltage drop when firing isn't dropping to the level of the Cell Soft Cut Off. Most likely you just achieving your temperature setting and the wattage is reducing as needed. In the snippet my DNA 75 dropped down to 2.71 volts for just a moment, the Cell Soft Cut Off here is 2.75 volts. If it would have stayed at 2.71 volts for any longer the wattage would have dropped.
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    New dna60 will not power on

    Have you tried using the fire button that's on the board?
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    DNA 250c.. Stuck.

    Method 1. Open EScribe, go to "Help tab" and select "Backups". The are dated, choose the one that you want. Connect mod and upload settings. Try with different cable if still having problems. Method 2. (see image) If no backup is listed open EScribe with mod NOT connected and choose your board, batteries, ect. Save (under File tab) to where you can find it (desktop?) You need to give it a name. With mod connected to EScribe go to "File tab" and select "Open"......choose the file that you saved and upload settings.
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    75c Battery Calibration

    There are only two settings in Escribe that are going to effect the charge life of the cell. One is whether the cell charges to 4.1 volts or 4.2 volts and the other is the Cell Soft Cutoff. The curve will only make your battery gauge more accurate.
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    Did you connect a x.xx Ω coil?

    510 length just might be the problem. There is no standard for 510 so they can vary some. Is there anyway you can extend the pin on the atty?
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    DNA75 Replacment screen

    https://www.stealthvape.co.uk/electronic-cigarette-mod-parts/evolv/DNA-BIG-SCREEN
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    Max Output Voltage on the Triade 250C ?

    I can only guess what it is for a 3 cell DNA250C. I would think 10 volts as the data sheet states but always it can never be more than battery voltage under load.
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    Reset Total Hits

    I just tried it with a DNA250C board with no change. As expected.
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    Hana v4 conversion

    Yep, I tried it and it reset to zero, flashed it back and still zero.
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    Hana v4 conversion

    Let us know how it does.
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    Hana v4 conversion

    What I was concerned about is if the power wire's solder joints are connecting to the other side. If the voltage when firing is the same on both sides then they must be.
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    Hana v4 conversion

    When firing via Device Monitor in EScribe do you get the same results?
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    Hana v4 conversion

    Have you measured the voltage with a meter on the side with the wire?
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    Did you connect a x.xx Ω coil?

    It sounds like a poor connection between the board and coil. Using Atomizer Analyzer in EScribe can be most helpful. Self adjusting positive pins on attys can be problematic. The positive pin from the mod's 510 sometime gets stuck in the bottom of it's travel. Post screws need checked for tightness, ect. With Atomizer Analyzer you should be able to unscrew the atty more than just a quarter turn (approx) before reading becomes unstable,
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    Lost Vape Drone DNA250C - Squonk hose kinking

    There have been a few cases with that problem. I'm pretty sure the nipple position can be moved on the 510. There are some posts here about that here but I don't seem to be able to find them.