Hi thank you for the photo, so that is the exact position to keep it, mine kind of slided back when I pull it up but now it seems to stay right in the zone where the - is. About the dialing the temp, do you mean that every LSV is different or that every user should find their suitable temp.Check out my photo. I bought my unit used. I spent a lot of time on the old FC and found that pulling the heater unit it out slowly and carefully (when the device is off obviously) to show the "std" from picture can enhance vapor production at lower temps. It worked well for me. It did take some trial and error to get the temp set right. Also some changes in my draw speed. Starting slower and finishing faster.
I also use the standard 18 mm joint with a half basket screen. I chose this over the circle joint because I have so many other devices that use this joint, it made more pieces interchangeable. I usually only stir once, and sometimes I just push the material around a bit with my finger and that is enough to change the air path and allow for the rest of the material to be vaped.
Do you mean this joint ? half baskets are these ?
what do you mean by 21 inch and iso for 100? your rig that you use with LSV and clean with iso ? I apologize for lack of knowledge, Im kind of new in this thread lol21 inches,isopropyl for 100$ and it is indeed a std mark but not a boil or lesion.
No basket screen and I do stir.
However as I said the stempod is the same only betterer.