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Title says it all.

I was starting my work day, and my current batteries in my LostVape Paranormal 250c were at about 30%, so I figured I'd pop in my other pair of batteries for the day. I'm using the FreeMax Maxis (MeshPro 2, basically) tank, and have had no problems for the 2 weeks since I got the tank. Previously I have used Aspire Tigon, GeekVape Zeus and Cerberus, HorizonTech Falcon King, FreeMax MeshPro among others. Haven't had any trouble whatsoever with the mod, in fact I love it. Both of these pairs of batteries have been reliable, although the pair that I was removing from the mod have been slowly losing life over several months.

I pop in the new batteries, which had been charged on my independent charger that I use only for vape batteries (I've only been using 18650's). As soon, and I mean immediately, as I close the battery door, the coil just starts smoking like CRAZY, glows redder and brighter than I've ever seen one glow. I had just enough time to screw the tank off and break the 510 connection so it would stop frying the whole system. It was fuckin scary! So I figured the only variable that had changed was the batteries. I put the 30% batteries back in, changed the coil, and had zero issues.

My question is, what the F happened? I haven't had any problems with those batteries or the mod or tank whatsoever before. I take good care of my mods, batteries, tanks, and coils. I've made plenty of mistakes vaping before, and am confident enough to have recently been considering trying out some RDA's, but now I'm second guessing myself. The Paranormal 250c is supposed to be a regulated mod, and prevent shit like this happening. Can anybody please give me an idea of what happened and how I can avoid it in the future?

Title says it all.I was starting my work day, and my current batteries in my LostVape Paranormal 250c were at about 30%, so I figured I’d pop in my other pair of batteries for the day. I’m using the FreeMax Maxis (MeshPro 2, basically) tank, and have had no problems for the 2 weeks since I got the tank. Previously I have used Aspire Tigon, GeekVape Zeus and Cerberus, HorizonTech Falcon King, FreeMax MeshPro among others. Haven’t had any trouble whatsoever with the mod, in fact I love it. Both of these pairs of batteries have been reliable, although the pair that I was removing from the mod have been slowly losing life over several months.I pop in the new batteries, which had been charged on my independent charger that I use only for vape batteries (I’ve only been using 18650’s). As soon, and I mean immediately, as I close the battery door, the coil just starts smoking like CRAZY, glows redder and brighter than I’ve ever seen one glow. I had just enough time to screw the tank off and break the 510 connection so it would stop frying the whole system. It was fuckin scary! So I figured the only variable that had changed was the batteries. I put the 30% batteries back in, changed the coil, and had zero issues.My question is, what the F happened? I haven’t had any problems with those batteries or the mod or tank whatsoever before. I take good care of my mods, batteries, tanks, and coils. I’ve made plenty of mistakes vaping before, and am confident enough to have recently been considering trying out some RDA’s, but now I’m second guessing myself. The Paranormal 250c is supposed to be a regulated mod, and prevent shit like this happening. Can anybody please give me an idea of what happened and how I can avoid it in the future?

Submitted October 17, 2020 at 04:09AM by Monkeygruven
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