Kayfun 3.1 won't read on my Ohm Reader.
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    CaliVaper Elite vaperfromd323's Avatar
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    So hey guys, I rebuilt my Kayfun 3.1 today, screwed it on my Ohm Reader came out to about 0.88 ohms, then screwed it on my Poldiac, took a couple of vape everything seem good and normal, then screwed it off and check my resistance on my Ohm reader again and now it reads "1" I know this means that the atomizer is shorting. I then put it on my eVic and it reads 0.8 ohms; it's just whenever I screw it on my Ohm reader it reads "1" My battery and Mod aren't getting hot whatsoever and everything seem fine. I figure maybe I need to change my insulators? Any of you guys have had this problem before? A little help would be much appreciated. Thanks

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    use a multimeter.

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    Done, it read at 0.8ohms but still won't read on my Ohm Reader...

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    some ohm meter is deeper than others. try adjusting the bottom pin of the kayfun and just adjust it back..

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    Theres a possibility the 510 insulator in the Kayfun is compressed & needs to be replaced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokerplayer View Post
    Theres a possibility the 510 insulator in the Kayfun is compressed & needs to be replaced.
    Somehow I get the feeling I could put you in a room with nothing but a pencil and paper and you could draw every part of a Kayfun in high detail with no missing parts :P

    You'd prolly ask if I wanted a lite or a 3.1 HAHAHAHAH

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueNorthStar View Post
    Somehow I get the feeling I could put you in a room with nothing but a pencil and paper and you could draw every part of a Kayfun in high detail with no missing parts :P

    You'd prolly ask if I wanted a lite or a 3.1 HAHAHAHAH
    well, at one point we might just make our own version
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    Quote Originally Posted by seandom29 View Post
    some ohm meter is deeper than others. try adjusting the bottom pin of the kayfun and just adjust it back..
    Yeah it reads if I loosen the 510 pin a little bit. Though I am just concerned if it's the Ohm Reader or my Kayfun that has the problem.


    Quote Originally Posted by pokerplayer View Post
    Theres a possibility the 510 insulator in the Kayfun is compressed & needs to be replaced.
    Yeah I was thinking the same but to me it looks more like the positive insulator is the one that is slightly crushed.




    To everyone that replied, thanks.

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    Good thing is all 3 insulators come in the insulator pack
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