That's really crazy! mines still working, it must have to do with the range of power the charger possesses like OF said.Mines is charging now too without the blinking lights. I unplugged the charger since I always seem to forget to unplug. I just tried ten minutes ago to charge it and now it's charging with old charger.
It's now fully charged and working. Anyone runs into this, make sure to unplug charger for a day or two.
I'm confuzzled , the charger isn't a power adapter and the power adapter isn't a charger. I'm no electrician guy but I didn't know that was possible.
That's really crazy! mines still working, it must have to do with the range of power the charger possesses like OF said.
Alternatively, you may buy a pack of .583" (14.8mm) screens and put one or two of them in the actual unit, it helps with air flow. I have one in mine right now, and it eases the restriction.
Without further burdening you good folks I've been pressing on with the testing of my modified o-ring project. Work, work, work. Over time it's slowly relaxed it's grip on the stem enough so that when hot it could sometimes move a bit due to gravity. That is in some positions it could rotate a small amount. Normal and not a problem, but one of the things I was hoping to eliminate. I was thinking about changing the notches to see if that would help.
Then I took a close look at the ring. As you might guess, it'd developed a shiny spot on the inner crown of the ring where it contacts the glass. The ring was doing exactly what it was designed to do by the maker, it was improving the seal.
So I took some 220 grit paper, wrapped it into a tube a little bigger than a pencil and lightly buffed off the shiny spot leaving a series of fine scratches in the rubber going the same direction as the stem (so rotation would be against them). I did this in an area several times as wide as the mark I was removing so alignment wouldn't matter. It works great. For those trying to follow along with this, I recommend this as a useful tune up.....at least for now.
With the modified ring, using the stem is like shutting the door on a Mercedes Benz sedan.
Hey everyone on here I finally decided to make an account after months of lurking and reading about the Solo and the Pax.
I finally purchased the Pax a week back or so only to have it taken by the police as pariphinalia (totally spelled that wrong but w/e)
I'm now looking to get the solo in a month or two since its cheaper and I won't be inclined to use it in public as I did with the Pax (too stealthy and I was in a really bad state in regards to the law)
I have a couple questions that I don't want to search the entire thread for
1. What's the minimum pack size?
2. Can you pack flower broken up by hand or does it need to be extra fine?
3. What's the maximum pack size?
4. For the stem is the straight one better or the L shaped one? Or is it preference?
5. How long does the product last before you might need a new one or repairs?
6. Any major modifications that severely enhance the vapor quality/production?
7. How long is the charge time and how long does a full charge last?
8. What is the typical heat setting that most people like? A range could suffice as an answer to this.
9. Is the company reliable? Good customer service/warrenty?
10. Cleaning is easy? Tough? Nonexistant?
Thanks for any feedback!
First, I wouldn't use the word burdening, more like teaching and helping. Second, I must have missed a part in the thread about adding notches. Are they a necessary part of the mod? And third, is the above post just about making sure the stem doesn't turn or move in the o-ring?
Obama must be backed up by billionaires who don't want this to be legalized...
Alright thanks I needed to know that information, it makes more sense why they did that now.
I definitely underestimated the power at number 2. Also I get better air flow with chunkier ground weed, finer stuff might clog up the air flow a bit.
I find it amazing that someone could use the solo enough to warrant the PA. For me its like going grocery shopping in a semi truck. I gotta becareful this thing gets me medicated Haha. Guess everyone has different needs and also different uses but if you have a lower to mid tolerance I would think the solo has more than enough. For me personally using even half the battery in one day is a scary thought haha don't think I would even be able to moveJust to add ,
Both the Solo and the mflb are meant to be a portable vape .
The PA is an accessory that turns them into a small desk top vape , so to speak .
Which discounts the advertised ' portable ' tag .
The PA is well worth it , if you plan on using the Solo a lot .
If you've never said " o sh*t , I'm running low on power , and I still want more " .
Then you probably won't need the PA . imo
Have you tried a dom screen? I think that might help make sure nothing blocks the holes in the stem.
I find it amazing that someone could use the solo enough to warrant the PA. For me its like going grocery shopping in a semi truck. I gotta becareful this thing gets me medicated Haha. Guess everyone has different needs and also different uses but if you have a lower to mid tolerance I would think the solo has more than enough. For me personally using even half the battery in one day is a scary thought haha don't think I would even be able to move
Sorry meant to say domed screenNo, what is that? I'm using a plain screen I got at the LHS