Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by underdog, Aug 21, 2011.
*non-toxic white glue - like the kind kids use in school.
FYI -- The base of an underdog vape stays completely cool to the touch even with 24/7 operation at temperatures that fully extract.
A bit of glue is not an issue in this application...
I resemble that remark.
I’ll keep this short- I have never in my life experienced help and after purchase support on the level of what Underdog has offered me, truly amazing. If anyone reading this thread is on the fence about getting one or not, do it!!!!
Hey all how does UD load size compare to enano?
i can't wait for my fyt underdog!
Thanks man! Happy to be of service.
I don't have actual numbers on me but in general our stems that fit inside the core are smaller than Nano bowls and ones that fit over the core are larger.
We've been milling it and getting the slow drying process started but it'll be a while yet. It's looking pretty awesome so far though!
oh i know it will be awhile ... i’m ok with that ... something to look forward to!
I believe my dog may need to visit the vet. Here recently when I have reached for my dog, she has been cold even though she is getting power. I can get her to heat up by playing with the barrel plug connection at the dog but, the issue seems to be happening more and more often.
I have noticed a small high pitched sound coming from the dog (if I hold it to my ear) when I plug it in. This sound seems to stop and start when I play with the barrel plug.
Is the power connection going bad? What are my options to heal my sick pup?
I think you'll want to send it in for us to take a look at if you can rule out a power supply or cord issue. There's not much you can do if the problem is actually in the vape itself.
Usually intermittent problems like what you're describing are a power supply that's failing or a cord that's fatigued and breaking internally (usually within 3" of the power connector). Once in a while a power plug will need replaced if it's spring gets smashed or deformed somehow.
Had my favorite cable break on me recently Thankfully I had replacement plugs on hand from another project and I'm back up and running.
I love the slightly thinner, extremely flexible cable. It's easy to manage and probably easier to fatigue.
Thank you for the feedback. I went ahead and ordered a replacement cable and I'll do a bit more troubleshooting to try and rule out internal or power plug issues. I did go for the thinner 22awg wire this time for same reasons you mentioned, plus its a short 3ft piece.
Our pleasure man, sounds like you're on the right track. If you want help troubleshooting send @underdogette a message and she can help you out.
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