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    Burnt taste

    I'm using a battery mod for the first time and getting a burnt taste ... using a clearo with 1-8 coil, should I be using a higher resistance mebbe?

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    Probably need more info Maggie,

    is it a mech mod? Kick? What sort of clearo ? is it wicking properly?

    FYI, I got a CE4 clearo with my Vamo - first time I filled it, i got a burned taste - on the vamo and on a Ego battery

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    Hi Maggie 1.8ohm with the mod should be fine, which clearo are you using Maggie?

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    Vision VPure clearo, they're all i Have atm ... I do have a F16 tank and a few cartos which were given to me so I'm about to go look at you tube ... find how to fill/use them ... what fun this is eh?



    ETA.. same clearo set up is good on the spinner

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    it should be fine if the liquid is wicking properly.... Sorry I can't add more !

    Have you tried "priming" the coil with a few sucks before your fire it?
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    clearo 1.8 is ok. I need to dry burn after a 3-4 days of chain vaping.
    2.5 ohm lasts longer before need to dry burn.

    I've started vaping at 3w on an atty. You just need 2 use 34g or 36g with 4-5 turns. It's like a cool fog machine


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    With a new battery maggie you will be up around 4.2v with your pc wood mod, 1.8 ohm should be able to handle that I would of thought???? What voltage is the spinner???

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    you don't need to use a lighter now you are vaping maggie
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    i agree with the above...sounds like it isn't wicking properly. make sure the juice is getting up to the coil properly.

    worst comes to worst give it a dry burn and see how it goes after that. Make sure after you've given it a dry burn you wash or blow the ash from the crud on the coil, OFF the coil....when you dry burn it burns the crud on the coil into ash...if you leave it on the coil...leaves a funky taste on there...screws your whole tank of juice....took like 3 dry burns for me to figure that out the hard way....and i had WARNING...*slaps his forehead in resignation*

    brian is such a dirty dawg...



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    Thanks for the info' and replies folks... all good now ... looks great with the tank Paul ..
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