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Thread: Just about had a gut full of AGA-T7 burnt taste!

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    Angry Just about had a gut full of AGA-T7 burnt taste!

    Ok guys, I am at my wits end with the t7.

    I haven't gone through a tank of juice without getting a dry/burnt taste! 90% of the time I get that frustrated that I syringe what I can out of the tank and pull it apart to check what could be wrong with the coil!

    I don't know what I am doing wrong. I have persisted with re-building the coil and hoping I can go 10 draws without a burnt/shitty taste but have failed to do so!

    I don't experience any of this with my TOBH dripping atty.

    It almost seems as if the juice dries up or something? I so close to getting rid of the tank and going back to Nautilus BVC to save the wasting of time and disappointment !

    Anyone had this problem and worked out where the trouble is?

    I will upload a pic of the coil this arvo.

    Thanks!

    EDIT: here are photos


    Last edited by Aus_Rider_22; 22-10-14 at 06:24 PM.

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    Screw in BVC, add juice, vape - problem solved

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    Rule number one. Have something easy (plug and play) to vape while you are playing with something complex.

    Nothing worse than the panic of trying to fix the only gear you are using. Always have something to fallback to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    Rule number one. Have something easy (plug and play) to vape while you are playing with something complex.

    Nothing worse than the panic of trying to fix the only gear you are using. Always have something to fallback to.
    I have 2 TOBH RDA's and 5 Aspires on my vamos and svd's, that's not the problem.

    I am just frustrated with not being able to use T7 for more than 5 minutes without it tasting burnt and off.

    Thanks for the replies so far.
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    What's your wick made from and what pg\vg ratio is your juice?

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    It's all in the wicking. Practice makes perfect




    Note: $$$ saved is not true as I now spend it all (plus more) on vaping gear

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    Hotspots? Your coil isn't evenly spaced

    Not wicking? Insufficient wick or you're running too high voltage/watts (mod dependent).

    Look at these two first, juice shouldn't be too much of a factor. Being an RBA, shouldn't be too difficult to fix
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    It's all in the wicking. Practice makes perfect
    What Jay said.Too little as well as too much wick will cause you problems. Watch a few Youtube vids to get a better idea, GL

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    This is why i went back to prebuilts. Too much stuffing around with these tanks. Never had a prob with my aspire and kanger coils.
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    Forgot to ask, at what ohms have you coiled the device at and what type of wick are you using?

 

 
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