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Thread: Kanger T3 Reviewed

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    Kanger T3 Reviewed

    For those who have Kanger T3 bottom coil clearomisers, you might want to check out Steve K's review here : Kanger T3 Bottom Coil eGo Clearomizer Review

    He discusses the problems with dryburns that people have been reporting.

    "Apparently the gasket in the stock configuration compresses the wicks when the two parts are screwed together. Flipping the gasket keeps it from moving down over the wicks and does not appear to cause additional leaking problems"
    This was talked about on ECF here : Anyone try the new Kanger T3 yet? - Page 35

    Here is a picture showing what you can do to the Kanger T3 to fix the dryburn issue.

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    Hrmm....

    I rebuilt my Kanger T3 and must have forgotten about that gasket, I don't have one on.....
    Everything seems to be working fine lol
    I played, I lost, I played again, I cheated, I won.

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    just don't drop them mine broke today flimsy fuker
    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    Also, clean the heads straight out of the box. Else your juice will taste like diesel.
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    Blocking one or two of the airholes helps draw more juice into the wick without having to flip the rubber. As it came out of the box it was n airy dry hitting gurgling foul tasting piece of crap I thought.

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    So far, the Kanga T3 is my favourite. It's a little airy, but all you need to do is put a finger or thumb over one or two holes as you draw. Works a treat.
    The clean break: Last smoke on 2/12/2012, first vape on 3/12/2012.

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    Also, clean the heads straight out of the box. Else your juice will taste like diesel.
    What do you recommend cleaning with?
    Last edited by VapeyK; 04-03-13 at 10:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VapeyK View Post
    What do you recommend cleaning with?
    Soak overnight in vodka.

 

 

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