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Thread: Using the Kanga Evod Battery and Clearomiser

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    Using the Kanga Evod Battery and Clearomiser

    Hopefully, those with more experience could answer a couple of questions.

    Firstly, how tightly should the clearomiser be attached to the battery? Yesterday I had burnt taste and the ring at the join (which is where the coil sits) started feeling hot. Today, I've discovered that too loose leads to flooding - yuck!

    Second query I guess relates to the first, there seem to be air holes in that ring, does how tightly it is screwed down effect the airflow, and if it does this would effect performance?

    Thanks, Deb

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    Hi Deb , as you have found the little airholes on the connector at the base need to have a bit of room to allow it to draw properly ... That depends on the mod/battery you are using , most have little cutouts to provide an airpath , but if the ones you are using do not , then it will make it a stiffer draw ( or in one case it was a hermetic seal on one of my mods with a protank lol )
    as far as how tight , it should just be a firm finger tight , too loose and you risk conductivity issues and heating of the atomiser base itself as the current tries to get to the coil and arcs or struggles ... should not be so tight as you have trouble removing it tho
    One thing to check with Evod and Protanks , is that the coil unit itself is nice and tight into the connector base ... this is important as the coil unit is the contact itself , and if it is too high , it might not connect the battery connector post nicely ... when you put a coil in , it should be level with the base connector thread , or protruding just a touch ... this will give you the best contact when screwing on to a battery .
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    Thanks FM, this all started when I changed the coil silly really, all was working ok, but that coil had been sitting in Mt Baker 555 for a few days, so I thought it was a good idea. Should remember what my Dad used to say "if it ain't broke, don't fix it", cheers Deb

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    A flush with water will usually suffice deb, you can also boil them, or hit with steam like i do... dry burn, and you are away again. For a vid, search dry burn on youtube

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