Lone wulf mech mod/ can't fully tighten the rda down

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  1. NickL7

    NickL7 New Member

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    I can't figure out how to adjust the pin so the rda will fully screw on to the deck of the mod, anyone have any suggestions? Hah
    I've already watched a few videos about it but the videos don't really cover the problem I'm having.
     
  2. NickL7

    NickL7 New Member

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    Thanks for all your help... NOT!
    33 views on my post and not a god damn person has taken the time to help me, wow.
     
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    Whiskey Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Thread moved to RDA area for more help and exposure, Have a nice day :)
     
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    f1r3b1rd Phantom Pilot Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    go to 6:42


    the top has a screw inside of another screw... the bottom screw is to adjust for battery rattle the top screw is to adjust for the atomizer
    screw on the 510
    flip the top of the mod over and screw in the larger screw to make contact with the atomizer and adjust the smaller one for battery rattle.
     
  5. BoomStick

    BoomStick Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I'll help. If you can't figure out how to adjust the pins on your mech, you shouldn't be using a mech.
     
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    anen Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    You posted in wrong forum buddy. Is should be in mech mod sub forum, you would get plenty of response there but you wouldn't like it.
    BoonStick is correct son, if you don't comprehend mech function of your mod you shouldn't fuck with it. You were probably fiddling with your dick long before you got laid, so start finger fucking your mod and learn how it works before you put fucking coils in it.
    Or you can skip that part, and "become" advanced by moving up to hybrid or direct battery to arty contact. Just close you eyes and say "fuck it", stick that battery bitch in there, screw the switch in, keep your eyes closed and start vapin boy.
     
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    r055co VU Donator Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Yep, looked at the history of his posts, he only has 4 posts here. 2 of them were he just started building and is having problems with shorts on his Atty.

    Yes he needs to put it down, LEARN how to build and get experienced at building before even thinking about messing with a Mech.

    sigh .....................
     
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    PaulS Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    It is like ... how many times do we need to go through this. People messing about without a clue. Guys buying Noisy Crickets and hoping it works like the guy in the shop said, lol. Sticking tanks on hybrid mods. Over and over. Jeez louise ... just send those mods that do not work to me and @anen and @r055co and we will send you a nice regulated mod with an aspire nautilus x.
     
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    r055co VU Donator Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    I've got an Aspire Pegasus Mod with Desktop Stand I'll trade for that, hell I'll even throw in a brand new iStick 30W brand new, never used still in the box for it ;)

    You know truth be told my first Mech was a Noisy Cricket, but I had enough sense to have been building for a while "and" did a lot of research before messing with it. Sadly people won't do their homework and think they can attach an Aspire Nautilus Mini to Noisy Cricket and expect everything to be fine.

    "Clouds Bro!"
     
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    f1r3b1rd Phantom Pilot Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    I totally get what you're saying; BUT, if It were not for the experienced cats in forum verse when I started 3 years ago, than I would not have been successful vaping.
    Granted- I know my shit with electronics theory and the laws of physics; and we have better equipment now than we did then. I still think that TO SOME DEGREE we should help out the noobs. At least they are taking the time to ask questions before they blow their face off.

    by that I do not mean teaching them how to use said electronics theory, but making sure they know where to get the info
    YES it gets old,-- EXTREMELY OLD- with the same questions over and over again.
    YES, - th same tired old mistakes and them wanting to build in tard ohms is not to anyones benefit
    BUT- if they want tard ohms they are going to find a way to go tard ohms- just like a 15 year old that got his feel.

    again- I'm not saying hold their hand..... just bring them to water.

    I just think that at least trying to tell them where to get the information would at least be a little beneficial.

    http://vapingunderground.com/threads/quick-start-vapor-guide-for-a-new-vapor.204757/
     
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    BoomStick Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I hear you firebird, but his second post caused the thread to go in the direction it has. Don't throw a temper tantrum because you don't know what you're doing and nobody immediately takes you by the hand and lays it all out for you so you don't have to do your own homework. Fucking punk.
     
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    I DO TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU, THERE

    I'm also trying to be mindful of the current state of affairs and what outsiders see.
    Also, it was a different age 3 years ago. We didn't have 200w regulated mods at all, much less for 1/4 the price of a good authentic mechmod.
    -- boggles the mind--

    I just have a soft spot for people that don't have friends.
     
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    You have a good point, and you are a kind person as well. Not many people like you, mostly assholes like myself. I have to practice to be a better person.
     
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    r055co VU Donator Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Why?

    ;)
     
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    anen Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Because I am always tempted to do things that I know that I will have hard to get accomplished.
    99.9% impossible for me to be nice to ignorant people and self centered lazy idiots. But.... There is always 0.1% that I will be able to do it. ... Probably not for long time.
    I gave up hunting with firearm, it's too easy. Now I do it with a longbow, knife or just dogs. It will be harder for me to be nice to a useless mofo then to get a bear with a bow. I will have to figure out who to be nice to, then come up with psychopathic plan how to do it and for how long I will persist in being nice, ... And so on. I am just bored at this point in my life so I occupy myself with weird things. :)
     
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    Haha well thanks for your guys' feedback, I appreciate it.
    I know I may be an insufferable noob w/ the mech mods but I'd rather have a mod I can have some fun with over a mod that will go to shit in a couple/few months.
    I did my homework for this mech mod a couple weeks before I bought it, the only thing I couldn't figure out is adjusting the screws (which I definitely got a little fussy about haha) but I got it adjusted now and that's all I needed.
    Again, thank you to everyone who felt the need to be a dick about it, have a nice day.
     
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    To be honest, this was the post that caused people to be dicks. I also don't blame them and a feel the same way they do. Mechs are stupid simple, but they are also incredibly dangerous in inexperienced hands.

    Good luck to you buddy.
     
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    Bravo!!:wave:
     
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    I get it man, I was frustrated and decided to pout haha.
    Thanks buddy, I got this
     

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