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HHO-Plus manufactures and distributes its product to many Affiliates/Distributors around the world. Thus, concerns and complaints that I receive from their customers, are from around the world. It troubles me that a company would advertise and sell a product, such as this, and then not support it sufficient enough to keep customers reasonably satisfied. Customer Support is critical when the product is Experimental.
I do not care much for any of the DC0000 product design capabilities. My main concern is the size and position of the holes in the plates. The Top hole, the gas out port, is positioned too far away from the gasket. It allows gases to collect in the area, above the hole, and below the gasket. This area must completely fill with gases, before any gas can escape through the hole. As the gases collect, they push the water level down; which in turn, lowers the water level touching the plates. So once the cell starts making gas, the water level decreases, and thus, the amount of gas being made across the complete surface of the plates, is reduced to a smaller area on the plates. Note, amperage draw does not change because of this. It remains the same, but it passes across a smaller area. That introduces Heat in the areas where the amperage is crossing the water. Not only that, but it also causes more turbulence in bubble making between the plates; because of the smaller area. That creates the boiling effect that we identify visually as Foam or Froth. All of this happens because the gases do not have a direct way out of the chambers. It is force stored in the area above the outlet hole. That is my opinion; what I see.
The size of these plates does not provide much surface area for HHO to be made on, thus it becomes important not to exceed Michael Faraday's recommendation of 0.54 amps per square inch. That is, the maximum current carrying ability of a single plate. It is the ability of one side of the plate, not both sides combined. This is misunderstood across the HHO industry. The best way to understand it is by comparing it with current carrying capability of Wiring. Pass too much current across a wire that is too small and it will get hot, no matter the length; although length contributes.
If you are having problems with the HHO production amount of your cell, or the operation there of, I recommend the following:
Check the Continuity of your wiring; and the accuracy of your ammeter or gauge. This needs to be done in order to determine if the problems you are experiencing, are inside the cell.

Here is my method of Troubleshooting.
  1. Make a good visual inspection.
  2. Localize the problem to a specific section; power, wiring, electrode, stack; etc.
  3. Isolate the problem to a specific component; .
  4. Fix or replace the component.
Check Continuity, or measure the Resistance, from the battery --- to the positive, and then the negative of each stack. It should be less than 1 ohm of resistance. If it is more, then most likely there is a poor connection between the meter leads. Once you know your wiring is good, to all stacks, Check the resistance between adjacent plates. It should be infinity. If you measure a direct short, there is a short; the plates are touching; fix it.
If you need more explanation about how to do this, let me know.
Hope This Helps !

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