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#1 (permalink)      7/18/2015 1:41:23 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Getting Alot of gurgling and juice in mouth
I am using these coil heads with the pictured tanks

I am getting alot of gurgling and juice in mouth and have to manually close down juice channels on these coils and remove some wicking(cuz I think wicks are getting over saturated and causing this gurgling) to get something out of these coils



anyone else using them with pictured tanks.

Should I try buying a different tank? could this be a tank problem?

what are you guys using these coils with?
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There was someone posting recently that they are very happy with them. Some coil heads can be faulty. I used protank coil heads (in a Kanger protank 2 maybe?) a while back and they were okay. Occasional gurgling is to be expected: turn upside down, cover drip tip end with tissue, give it a shake and it's good to go.
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#3 (permalink)      7/18/2015 1:52:28 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thanks for the reply but the thing is.
I bought 3 x 5 pack of these.

I have used my first pack and every single on of the 5 caused the same problem.

At first I did think that 1 or two heads could be bad. but all of them..

moreover all three packets appear to be from same batch... =/
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:-/ maybe the seals on the clearos aren't 100% ...?
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I have used other coils which I buy from my local dealer and they work perfectly fine on these Clearos.. he sells them at an expensive rate as compared to these so thats why I bought them from here...

So it seems clearos are perfectly fine..

as I mentioned earlier that I have made these work by closing off the juice channels a bit and removing some wicking.. the extra wicking which is on top of main wick with the coil...

So i am wondering what is wrong with my case when everyone here seems to love them..
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Your lucky, the coils I ordered SKU 1513300 just give a burnt taste for not wicking properly..
I had to re-wick all of the 5 pack with cotton...

Check that your coils are screwed tightly into the base, but I think that most of these coils are faulty anyway. What E-juice ratio are you putting into them?

The H2 clearomiser is real good if you can find a decent coil to go in it.
Check out youtube and find out how to re-wick them. That's the only way you will find happiness and you will have to experiment a few times to get it right.

I have had the best success and great taste, no wicking problems using Japanese cotton SKU 1910600 and homemade 1.2 ohm coils operating on a mod. The RG400 also uses these coils.

You will need to one day learn how to re-wick and re-build coils, why not start now?
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For your next order, try the 1.8 or 1.5 ohm cotton coils SKU 2705100

I have just ordered a packet of these for my bro, as I am sick of re-building coils for him, lol
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Removing wick material will increase flooding and gurgling.
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Try also, swapping the lower base O ring seal from your old coil, to the new coil.

I have noticed with the new ones, they are a little smaller.

Also, check the coil base plate size.. The coils with the longer chimney are larger in diameter..
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nerfologist wrote:

Removing wick material will increase flooding and gurgling.



Re-wick ---- NOT remove

#11 (permalink)      7/18/2015 2:32:05 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thanks for the reply.

Low VG juices gurgle alot... i added VG to my juices to work with these coils.. high VG(80+ percent) juices seem to minimize the problem. but my juices' taste is diluted.

I have tried all the obvious solutions e.g. tightening everything.. using two silicon seals, one upward and one downwards.. but the juice seems to be coming from the chimney... so thats why i was thinking that the wick is oversaturated...



I have also ordered OCC kangertech coils https://www.fasttech.com/p/2438800
lets hope they work better than these...

I will look into rewbuilding these teeny tiny coils now.... Never thought quitting smoking would be such a headache.. :P