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    306DCA help

    My 306 DCA arrived the other day and i cant get the thing working.

    I've watched several videos on how to connect it but i just cant tighten it up without closing off the air flow.

    I'm using a Joye 306 atty and wondering if i need to be using some other brand.

    Any tips?

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    What device you attaching it to?
    Can you suck air through it when it's not attached to anything?
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    have you looked at this one?
    the top sleeve needs to be not quite touching the edge of the base cup, the joye atty may be a bit slimmer than the atty it was designed for so the top sleeve is pushing to far down on the atty and not creating enough clearance between the 2 pieces.
    Hope that makes sense
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    if you're attaching to a mod with an adjustable centre pin, raise the pin on the mod a bit then screw thew DCA base cup (without the top sleeve attached) to the mod first (this might push the centre pin on the DCA up a bit higher) then screw the top section in.
    Unless you get a small gap between the 2 there will be no airflow.
    You might also have to try something like wrapping a single layer of alfoil round the metal cup section of the 306 atty so you dont have to push the sleeve onto it so far to get it to hold in there
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    Quote Originally Posted by D1git View Post
    What device you attaching it to?
    Can you suck air through it when it's not attached to anything?
    Tried on my Provari and Ego Twist.

    I cannot suck air through it once i screw the upper onto the lower, attached to a mod or not.

    Quote Originally Posted by D1git View Post
    have you looked at this one?
    the top sleeve needs to be not quite touching the edge of the base cup, the joye atty may be a bit slimmer than the atty it was designed for so the top sleeve is pushing to far down on the atty and not creating enough clearance between the 2 pieces.
    Hope that makes sense
    Yes i watched that video and a few others.

    My atty is a very tight fit into the upper piece, i had to use a little force to get it right in there.

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    when you screw the 2 pieces together is there a gap between them?
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    Don't force the top piece onto it sign me up!

    The air gap is between the top piece and the bottom piece (where they meet).



    See the gap there signmeup?

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    I emailed them, there was a production issue with a small number of the latest batch, he's sending me another one out.
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    Good stuff sign me up.

    BTW did you get the expansion kit?

    I'd be ordering that at the same time and asking him to put it in the same package. Helps with getting the right upper for different atties as they change in size alot...

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    yep got the expansion kit

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