Discussion in 'Nhaler' started by MTFogger, Jan 16, 2014.
Is the Nhaler silencer adjustment wheel suppose to be free flowing or click when turning it?
Thanks. It would be nice and better if it was click-able to help keep it in place on the setting.
How can you check to see if a silencer has a short in it?
Honestly not sure? It either works or it doesn't, as far as I know.
I wish mine did either. It appears I got a bad and very crunchy potentiometer in mine. I've tried contacting them, but to no avail. Anyone know an easier method of contact for an exchange? I try the preferred channels first, i.e., their website. Who would I PM on here?
Try email@example.com . I think that's still Drew's email.
Yup that's it...I got back to him yesterday...Thanks Hitt!!!
No problem. I still try to read your forum whenever I can.
Thanks folks! Sent it out Thursday, FedEx. It will be there Tuesday.
Drew, you the man. Thank You!
Ok guys heads up. Nhaler Silencer center post can be pushed in flat when installing it to the point that it will cause both negative and positives posts to touch and short out on both kamry and atm E-pioneer pipe heads. Center post are a tad bigger on most if not all pipe heads than standard 510 connections. Blew some pipe heads in the process of using them. Contacted Nhaler awhile back about them shorting out but all I got was it worked on their pipes when tested.
Here is a fix: DO this at your own risk
Made a rubber doughnut washer from a V2 cig condom same size as threaded side post (inside). Cut a small center hole in it. Alternative is find a very small thin flat rubber washer that will fit.
Take a safety pin and work the center post outward (ever so gently). Pull out so the mushroom head just clears the top thread.
Put on the washer.
Push head back in.
This will stop the center pin from going too far in.
Caution pulling out the pin may cause damage or break internal wiring if pulled too far out.
Maybe Drew can contact makers a suggest adding a fix.
I just got a Silencer with chrome epipe package deal, loving it so far, turns out if you screw down the Silencer to a connector base that's at least as wide as the VV dial (as is the case with this pipe), it effectively locks the dial in place where you set it; to change the voltage, just loosen the connector slightly, twist the dial, and gently retighten.
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