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    Rsm Switch problems

    Hello all.
    I've never been great with gennies but occasionally I get it right. I can't, no matter how much I try get my rsm setup.
    I've had it for over 6 months and tried everything.
    One of my issues is the switch gets hot while pulsing the coil even though the battery, ohm etc are fine. It will heat the coil evenly one pulse, then not at all.

    It's 18500, spring in the switch. Tried mesh, ss rope, 24 to 32 gauge, no good every time. Either pops the coil or as above. Always aim for 1ohm ish.

    I have read, watched, practised.

    Please help

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    Pull the switch apart and give it a good clean, there awesome devices but you gotta keep the maintenance up on them.

    Clean the build up off the switch and you should be good to go - that use to work for mine

    As I said when you get them right there bloody awesome little mods - almost regret selling mine
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    exactly what he ^^^ said.

    I replaced the ss spring in my ones for brass which reduces the amount of maintenance i have to do, but still need a clean now and then.
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    Also don't use a fully charged battery for pulsing
    And make sure the mesh / rope isn't touching the bottom of the tank when dry ( this may be a myth )
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    What can I clean it with? I normally just use an antibacterial hand wash for vape gear. It's not dirty unless there's something I cant see.

    Can I use magnets in these?

    Cheers

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    Polish and buff the switch to remove oxidisation and sonic boom clean to remove residue, finish off with some isopropyl alcohol, and try not to touch the contact areas with you fingers.

    Best to use a brass spring.
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    Thanks bk.

    Will have another go tonight

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    Stick with it you will get there, as i said previously Great little device
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    Wow. Clean looking contacts were dirty afterall. No hot button or misfires and vaping like a champ.
    Cheers everyone for the advice


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    Lol six months, fair dinkum you are the most patient person ever, I would have holed a wall with it by now lol. Good work though getting it going, dang has me heading to the shed to dig out the multiple gennies out there.
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    I now have pretty much everything I could want, next step is making my own mods and juices, watch this space er cadet....

 

 
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