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Discussion in 'RTAs - Rebuildable Tank Talk' started by Rob Fisher, 20/11/20.
yeah. you ether like it or you dont
After the excitement of finding another RTA with flavour and despite the issues of the stupid tiny revered post screws I got a couple more to play with. Want to experiment with coils and coil positions.
I never normally get anything other than stainless steel tanks but I got a gunmetal one for a change and it's a fail. The one post was loose and I can't work out how to tighten it... so that one is useless!
I also got another SS one and that one was fine... and after hassling with putting a coil in yesterday, today was a lot easier. I used a Bearded Viking coil because I wasted a different resistance and the 2.5mm MTL Alien came out at 0.72Ω. Again air plugs taken out and airflow fully open.
Popped it on the Vaporesso Gen Nano at 28 watts and once again really nice flavour.
Drill a hole from the bottom to get to the screw. If it's gonna work don't know
Doesn't that lock/unlock mean the base can be taken apart? Did you try twisting it?.
Or isn't there something in the manual, if there is a manual?
No, that lock and unlock is to remind you which way to screw the post screws out... I posted in the Augvape FB group and messaged Mike Vapes and neither replied so I will take it to the boathouse and use some big tools to see if I can remove the deck from the base... I think it's press-fitted.
That screw tell me it should be able to come apart, but we know everything isn't that easy.
100% agree... but how is the question... I'm sure I will bugger it up completely when I take big tools to it.
Patience Skipper, you have two to play with so long. Rather wait for a response
Check if the positive pin can be removed. That might be the answer to taking it apart.
That one also has a screw from the bottom by the looks of it...
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You could use your Dremel and cut a slot in the offending screw, and then tighten it from the top with a jewelers screwdriver