DaveK

Replay freaks out occasionally. Help!

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So, I just got the new Lostvape Centaurus, and it's fantastic. First DNA mod. So far I've only been using the Replay profile, with ss316l triple fused dual claptons at .10 ohms. Works great mostly, but occasionally it seems like Replay just completely loses its shit and will just keep ramping up harder until it dry hits. If I cancel and reset replay, it goes back to normal. But when it starts doing that, it just keeps hitting way too hard til I cancel it and set it again. Help please! 

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Using Device Monitor in EScribe will show quite a bit of information. Check the boxes for cold ohms, live ohms and power and post some screen shots of this happening. The Snippet Tool in Windows works well for capture. An example here, not replay but still good example.

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I'll try to do that at some point soon. The difficulty being that I'm not usually around my computer. But I'll post it once I'm able to. 

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Most likely there is some resistance change going on that shouldn't be. Could be loose post screws in atty, bad connection  between the 510's .

You said dry hits, would burnt hits be a better description? It's hitting much harder right?

Take note as to whether you cold ohms is changing, Of coarse coil must have cooled to compare.

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Definitely dry hits. No burned cotton, just firing way too high for the build all of a sudden. It's as if it forgets to regulate the hit and just keeps ramping up way past the wattage it's set to hit to. And quite quickly too. Almost like it would be if I had the atomizer on a series mech. I'm definitely not new to regulated mods, or building my coils. Just new to DNA powered devices. And when this happens (it's only happened twice so far) it's as if I had the mod set on bypass or something, but with a bit of a ramp up curve. And my post screws and connections are definitely tight. For the record, I'm using a Vandyvape Kylin V2 with AVS 28x3+36 ss316l triple fused clapton dual coils, 5 wraps 3mm id sitting at 0.1012 ohms cold. On a Lostvape Centaurus dna250c with Samsung 25R batteries fully charged. 

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But as I said, I'm completely new to DNA mods. Had this one for three days total now, still learning how to use escribe. Haven't changed any settings so far. Using it out of the box with stock theme. 

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You might try locking the ohms. It only locks the cold ohms. I doubt that I have ever done it myself, it will maybe let it work properly for now. Well almost properly, I consider locking the ohms kind of a work around and not solving the actual  problem. You should be able to do that without a computer depending on the theme.

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Yeah, unfortunately the stock theme Lostvape ships these with doesn't have the ability to lock ohms in replay. And I don't really know how to use theme designer quite yet. Honestly, I barely know how to use escribe at the moment. I'll look into doing that when I get home and can get on my computer. 

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1 hour ago, dwcraig1 said:

Are you using a SS316/316L  Temp profile with replay? If so try the wattage profile.

I'm actually using the standard Replay profile, which is wattage based. 

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@dwcraig1 абсолютно прав (There are many themes available for download on this site authored by some pretty sharp folks,),  если Вы уверены в правильной сборке атомизатора, необходимо проверить работу мода на темах других авторов с надежной репутацией

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Quick update for you guys. It seems the coils I was using were of inferior quality. I rebuilt my rta with the wire I usually use, which is quality ss316l wire, and it hasn't happened since. Thank you all for your support and advice! 

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