Angus337 Posted November 24, 2015 Author Report Share Posted November 24, 2015 So I've had my vaporshark for a few days and it was working great to start with, but now I'm just struggling to get a decent vape in temperature control with any of my tanks. The first issue was that I suddenly started to get a really hot vape. I was using the triton II tank with a new 0.4 ohm SS coil in temp control mode and had to drop the temperature to 320F. but was still unvapable. I Thought this was a problem with the new coil so switched to my crown tank with the Ni coil. Swapped to the my normal crown profile, and got the worst vape I've ever had, incrediby hot vapour and liquid followed by a massive dry hit. It was so hot I burnt the inside of my lip on the drip tip and the inside of my mouth from the spitting liquid. I Dropped the temperature and checked it in device manager, which showed it to be controlling at the lower set temperature, and dropping the power as you would expect. However the actual temperature was way hotter tan It should of been and still unvapable. Also tried the tfv4 mini and go the same result. After a soft reboot it seems to be working better ,but it still isn't working correctly in temp control mode. I've tried about 8 different combinations of coils and tanks and the resistance is consistently reading high, compared to other mods, which It wasn't doing this when I first set it up. I set up several profiles when I first got it, for the subtank mini, uwell crown, tfv4 mini and triton 2. All of which are now way out. For example, the Uwell Crown with the Ni200 coils was set at 490F, 110W and 130W preheat, and working great. Ive now got it set at 450F and 45W, no preheat and it's getting too hot after a few vapes, although in device monitor it is only getting to 435F and not regulating Power? Using stainless coils is even worse. Just tried to set it up again from a hard reboot. The NI coil at room temperature was reading 0.151 on the IPV and 0.169 on the vaporshark. After a hard reboot the coil was reading 0.191 ohms! Coil wasn't fired between these tests? Not sure what the problem is here, but there's clearly something wrong with the mod. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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