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New Vaper and the itaste SVD

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  1. scubaed

    scubaed New Member

    Apr 22, 2009
    Hello everyone! I have been using the lavatube v2 for the past month and was starting to have some issues with it cutting off on me so I went ahead and purchased the SVD and it arrived today in the mail. I'm having a few problems with this device. The 18650 works just fine but when I switch to the 18350 my mod isn't working correctly. With one of my 18350's the fire button is flashing red 8 times which tells me the voltage is low or (lou). This is strange because it's a fresh battery and the svd measures it at 4.1v..so..I don't know what's going on. I tried my second 18350 battery and when I try to fire it the button flashes red once and turns off the mod so all I can do is unscrew it and then I can try again but the same thing happens.

    Anyone have any troubleshooting ideas? I'm using the TrustFire 18350 3.7v 1200mAh

    Thanks for your help
     
  2. torrix

    torrix Full Member

    Dec 4, 2012
    israel
    Welcome :)
    I think you should use IMR battery for this device. (I assume your battery isn't IMR)
     
  3. Troy421

    Troy421 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 5, 2013
    Westminster,Maryland
    Looks like a cool mod watch Phil Busardos video at taste your juice.com
     
  4. Jimbozini

    Jimbozini Full Member

    Oct 31, 2012
    In the house
    Per Innokin's instructions, you may need to release (reset?) the mainboard.

    "Note: Before you make a switch between one battery and two batteries, please hold the power button for 5 seconds to release the remaining capacity in the mainboard. (when you make a switch from one battery to two batteries, the mainboard will keep the one battery' settings if you haven't released the remaining capacity; and vice versa.)"
     
  5. Shreck

    Shreck Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Its the trustfire. especially if it is protected it wont work in your device..
     
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