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#1 (permalink)      1/11/2014 2:57:50 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Dry burn?
How do we dry burn this thing?
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#2 (permalink)      1/11/2014 7:29:08 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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IMO I wouldn't dry burn these coil heads there is a lot of silicone parts inside, that are ok in normal operation. But if you try and dry burn them it possibly burn and melt the silicone parts making them useless, as in it will taste horrible. These are better to just replace.
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Yes! You can dry burn them if you pull out silicone cap as that is the only part that is silicone. Not sure what Vindalooxccx is talking about that there are a lot of silicone parts? It is just the top plug/cap that is silicone and nothing else.

Just like the regular iClear 30 but the iClear 30S has the metal cartomizer looking shield. The 30 and 30S are not interchangeable though as they are different sizes. Just thought I'd throw that in.

There are no videos for the cleaning 30S yet and you will have to let wicks dry after you dry-burn them and a fan will speed this up or just set out to dry overnight before use.

But dry burn them like this video below:

Innokin iclear 30 Review and Cleaning (click here)

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i wash them out then leave on the radiator when there on to dry
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A-Ok thanks guys!
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you take the silicon cap off and one flavor wick will come out. I usually just discard it. It works fine without it. Then you can clearly see the top coil to air burn just as you do any other top coil system. Rinse well after dry burning on these to prevent the burnt taste. Allow to dry and Replace the silicon cap and use.

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I have managed to remove the "shield" using grips and remove the silica from both wicks then dry burned to clean and replaced with cotton and despite a dent in the shield on the first one these are now lasting ages.
just to add it is still easier and cheap to replace them i just wanted to play
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There's a y-tube video on cleaning the 30s...just search iclear 30s cleaning, you'll find it.
#9 (permalink)      5/4/2014 12:47:42 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I dry burn and use cotton for wicks. Also you can totally rebuild the coils. I build at 1.5 - 1.8 ohms.
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