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Thread: Stardust V6 clearoz - leaking into driptip base.

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    Stardust V6 clearoz - leaking into driptip base.

    I'm not sure if this is the right place to post however, the stardusts are a very common newbi clearo so I will put it hear.

    Every time I use one of these I constantly have to remove the drip tip and liquid pools underneath it. It's between the base of the drip tip and the pyramid shaped spout that the vaper comes out of.

    Does anyone know how to fix this problem. It is my major (of many) peeve with these clearomizers.

    Thanks!

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    So. Rather I'm the only one with this issue or no one has a solution!



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    All I can think of is maybe it's a dud? Unless it's being overfilled?
    No idea, sorry

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    They all do it. I've had three of them. Happens even when almost empty. Juice gets under the driptip and if you don't open it up and drain it you get a mouthful of juice. It gets under the silicone cap some how.

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    http://http://ecigforlife.com.au/ce6...g-clearomiser//

    That's the one.

    Edit name wrong in title ill fix that up!
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    It's true they all do it. just need to unscrew and re-screw the drip tip.

    Stardusts have gone to shit anyway. The feature I've always used them for is superior flavour for light juices, but that is no longer the case. The new wicking system sucks.
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    Thanks man. I've taken to using these if iclear 16's I received with my itaste. Not having the same issue with them!

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    Its the condensation build up. You need to drag ALL of the vapor out with each inhale or it will build up so much that it pools in the mouthpiece. Just drag out ALL of the vapor each time you drag and it will stay dry When you release the button keep inhaling till there is no more left over vapor!
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    Thanks! I actually noticed this today. I just stop dragging when I release the switch. Leaves some vapor in the tip!!

    I'm just too keen to see the nice thick plumes I guess!
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    Listen to CCC, she is the Stardust expert on AVF
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