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Can the fuse be changed in a Lava Tube clone?

Discussion in 'Modding Forum' started by desk1%, Feb 7, 2014.

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  1. desk1%

    desk1% Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 16, 2012
    Laughlin, NV
    I'm in the market for an APV to get my wife. She has tiny hands so an 18350 mod is a must. The Mvari from MVS has caught my eye, but it has an amp limit of 2.5 amps. I'm not looking to get crazy, I just want to upgrade to 3.5-4 amps if possible. Does anyone have any experience with this board? Am I going to overload the circuitry if I go to 4 amps? Is it a quick easy change? Like un-solder the old one and solder in a new fuse? I'm an industrial electrician and the lack of technical data on vape products throws me for a look.
  2. tmassey

    tmassey Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 31, 2012
    Not that easy. Honestly probably not even possible to upgrade the board. You could rip the entire board out and replace it with something like a dna 20 but then what was the point of buying the mod in the first place. However if it is as simple as swapping a fuse I will have an army of 5 amp ego's lol keep us posted
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