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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby Maddoktor2 » Sat Nov 06, 2010 3:46 pm

I think this is Chris' best Volcano vid to date. :)
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby Pamster » Mon Nov 08, 2010 5:38 am

shadow_rhelm wrote:I have never had an issue charging my batteries (magma or inferno) over night or even plugging them in somewhere for while I was working. They automatically shut off when done. I have not killed a battery yet doing this either. :D


I wonder, is there a circuit thing that shuts down the charging action when it's reached its capacity? It sounds like it. I think going overnight is probably the best way to ensure you are never without a charged batt. :)
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby Shadow Rhelm » Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:17 am

Yes Pam there is an auto shut off.
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby bubbajoe72 » Thu Nov 11, 2010 7:24 am

It depends on the PCC. The newer PCCs are smart chargers and do have an auto shutoff but if the older ones are like the Blu PCC, then you'll need to remove the battery once its done charging or it'll kick in the auto discharge safety feature and drain your batt.
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby aerin33 » Tue Feb 15, 2011 11:13 am

All I have to say is, Thank God for Volcano and Chris Boden! I'm one of those who either has to see something being done, or do it myself to understand how things work. After watching this vid this am, I ponied up and bought my red inferno T-kit... Now alls there is to do is wait for the 2 day shipping...Is it sad that I checked what time it was in HI before I ordered, since it was 2:40EST to make sure it would prob go out today, lol?!

Great work as always Chris, even though he may not be on this forum, please relay my thanks to him.
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby Artist Boy » Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:00 pm

Chris is a registered user here and I have seen him on from time to time. He is just a busy guy and reads things more than posts on here.

I will make sure next time I talk to him or send an email, to mention he should come an post here once in a while and read all the nice things you guys have to say about him.
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video -Priming

Postby AutumnTripz » Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:57 pm

Good video, but he does not touch on atty priming. I just got the drip kit, and I have just been vaping through the burnt taste. How long should that burnt taste last, and is there a better way to prime the atty?
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby Artist Boy » Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:08 pm

ok best priming steps:
priming-your-atty-t2116.html

the burnt taste takes a longggggggg time to vape through. it better to clean the atty, it will get rid of the burnt taste faster.

Cleaning thread:
official-tankomizer-statement-t4113.html

yes I know the thread is about tankos and you are using a dripping atty... the cleaning process is the same and that is the only place I have it wrote up nicely right now
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby AutumnTripz » Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:03 pm

Awesome! Thank you. Very clear and easy-to-follow instructions.
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Re: Inferno Instructional Video

Postby Artist Boy » Wed Feb 29, 2012 7:15 pm

you are welcome
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