Vamo vv vw v2 - user manual for download

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  1. Darthpistachio

    Darthpistachio Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Just recieved mine and very impressed with it - however disappointed that it did not come with a manual - so I've made one for download.

    Grab it below and keep an eye on the thread for any future updates to it over time

    :)
     

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  2. Doogmar

    Doogmar Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Great device, especially for the price. My Provari has taken a backseat since I got mine.
     
  3. morgue

    morgue Full Member

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    Thanks JUST got mine and I was trying to remember what PBusardo's video said about using it.


    This is awesome
     
  4. tiggerrts

    tiggerrts ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    I have a new vv vision and am looking for information on this site.
     
  5. jrh57

    jrh57 Full Member

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    Thanks for posting the manual. It's very helpful.
     
  6. tc1

    tc1 Team ECF Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I know my version 2 has the smaller spring but I've had no connection issues with flat tops.
     
  7. -_-V-A-P-O-R-_-

    -_-V-A-P-O-R-_- Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Very cool. Thanks for posting this up. Much appreciated!!
     
  8. ChaoticKinesis

    ChaoticKinesis Full Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    It seems the pics of the springs in the addendum are reversed. It shows the longer spring as the original and the shorter one as the updated version.
     
  9. bdot

    bdot New Member

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    Thanks for posting this! just got my vamo and this manual is really helpful!
     
  10. Chrissie

    Chrissie Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thank you Darth :thumbs:
     
  11. beyondthunderdome

    beyondthunderdome Full Member Verified Member

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    Many thanks. Mine is currently on the way and this will definitely come in handy.
     
  12. stressmama

    stressmama Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks for the manual! I'm getting a Vamo and this will come in handy.
     
  13. tc1

    tc1 Team ECF Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    That does indeed make sense.
     
  14. Amonastro

    Amonastro Full Member

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    It is more accurate than the EVIC Joyetech, but I like both!
     
  15. MzBadger

    MzBadger Team ECF Verified Member

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    Just want to add in my thanks for this as well! I just got mine this morning and couldn't remember which button did what to switch the settings around! lol... Great guide!
     
  16. kingkurtez

    kingkurtez Full Member

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    I just got mine and all would be fine, but I cannot figure out while my unit starts blinking a couple times and shuts down. It has done this consistently with several atomizer types and Ohm ratings. I have no problems with other PV's, I downloaded the manual posted by Darthpistachio (thank you) but still have no idea why this happens. Does anybody have this issue , or do I have a defective unit?
     
  17. snogard

    snogard New Member

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    Have you noticed any error codes, mine has come up with '02' then shut down, i am thinking it may be old batteries..............
     
  18. Darthpistachio

    Darthpistachio Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    One thing you might need to be aware of that I noticed is that the small spring sometimes allows the battery installed to bounce and lose contact - this then renders the unit to it's OFF state.

    The spring has insufficient tension to keep a consistent contact when the device is knocked or placed down sharply on a surface - the battery loses connection - regains it and for all intents and purposes then "thinks" it has had a battery change.

    The screen will flash twice when this happens and you will need to do the 5 click turn on procedure yet again..

    Get around this by forcibly lengthing the spring in the base cap or replacing with a stronger spring - see if that is the reason you are getting this issue -

    I suspect it is - but check and see - I will be adding this to the PDF soon for people to be aware of...
     
  19. Darthpistachio

    Darthpistachio Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    NOT seen this code myself - I have gotten the Lo v code and then the unit will soon shut off - this is the expected Low Battery code it displays but granted it can be difficult to see in normal operation as your hand is usually covering the screen during normal operation or the screen itself is not in a position wherre the code can be seen - It doesn't actually stay there long enough for you to notice - that there is no power to atomiser and then when you look the code display has gone..

    Vamo this lo battery code needs to be displayed for a good few seconds I think!

    If anyone can confirm what this code is I can add it to the manual
     
  20. Darthpistachio

    Darthpistachio Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    im now maybe wondering is this code might be overheat protection of some kind
     

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