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  1. Hook it up with Escribe and see what matches up.
  2. I don't know but could it be the profile number that your using?
  3. Most but likely not all screen problems develop because of the ribbon getting pinched by the pressing of the fire button when the ribbon wasn't folded properly
  4. It must be a red transparent plastic film placed over the screen as I have never seen one yet.
  5. https://forum.evolvapor.com/topic/71411-no-taste-on-temperature-control-just-empty-as-if-nothing-was-missing-zero-taste-of-liquid-help-to-make-the-best-taste/?do=findComment&comment=935201
  6. No that setting is not there for the C boards or their other boards either.
  7. I use an old cartomizer with it's 510 positive pin soldered to the negative. It could be done with a 510 to 510 adapter also.
  8. Perhaps this thread will be of some help for you. https://forum.evolvapor.com/topic/70114-full-color-rgb-led-switch-success/?tab=comments#comment-927288
  9. As far as the total voltage , those readings are coming from the balance taps. I suggest that you open a ticket with Evolv here: https://helpdesk.evolvapor.com/index.php?a=add&category=1
  10. Just to be sure, you got 4.18 volts each between G & 1, 1 & 2 and 2 & 3?
  11. This is how I would most likely wire the taps, I believe that you said that you tried it this way. Maybe use a meter and verify the voltage readings in EScribe.
  12. Why not ask Evolv to send you one? They very well just might. It won't hurt to ask. https://helpdesk.evolvapor.com/index.php?a=add&category=1 Just curious, what is the problem with your board?
  13. I'm going for question #2, the non resistor wire used for TC changes resistance when heated. Each material changes a different amount. By constantly reading the resistance the board can measure the temperature of the coil dependent upon which material is selected. If used in wattage mode the board would regulate the voltage to maintain the set wattage due to the resistance change.
  14. From here, following the link, https://forum.evolvapor.com/topic/66731-early-firmware-and-escribe-suite/ , for EScribe 2.0 SP19 I had no problem downloading the 2.0SP19 INT package for Windows. I'm curious, was your phone connected via WiFi to the same internet connection as your computer?
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