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Thread: Kanger Subtank jumping ohms????

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    Kanger Subtank jumping ohms????

    Hi guys, I have been enjoying using my Subtank with stock coils for a while now and thought it was time to try the RBA section. After wicking and filling (I have been using the build that came with the RBA section) and attaching to my Sigelei 100w plus I was dismayed to see the ohm level bouncing from about 0.6 to 3 ohms! I cleaned the contacts, removed the beauty ring and even tried it on a couple of other vv/vw mods and had the same problem. The draw may be too tight for me using the RBA section but I would still like that option. Anyone else out there experiencing similar difficulties with this device?

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    Try tightening the screws holding your coil in place
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    I've had the same problem with my RBA section....Ohms are jumping between 1.2-1.7.... will try tightening the screws some more.

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    there is a screw thing at the bottom of the RBA section, When i tightened it it fixed this issue for me.

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    Srchow don't know where or how you came up with that but I've been trying for days to fix this problem tried EVERYTHING I know and all the other suggestions in this forum and others. I never even knew that part moved! Tightened it up and BANG problem gone! Genius truly genius. Many thanks.

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    I had this same problem but with both the RBA and premise coils. The same RBA head and coils in a different base were fine. Never figured out the problem. But my spikes were bad. Anywhere from .5 to 6.5ohms.
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