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#11 (permalink)      1/27/2018 10:52:31 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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wuwei.ap wrote:

If you just need to replace #11, SKU 2066600.


So this one is thinner than the one installed in YFTK?
I think that it's the problem, maybe even o-ring 10, don't know
But will order all the sizings :)
Thank you for helping...

#12 (permalink)      1/27/2018 5:16:01 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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#10 and #11 seem to be the the vital ones.
#13 (permalink)      1/27/2018 10:41:12 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Yeah,kayfuns and o-rings...I got rid of all of mine,more juice on my hands than in my freakin lungs :)
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#14 (permalink)      1/28/2018 5:40:36 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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So when I rewicked I looked over the o-rings and they seemed perfect. So I left it as it was, and tried tightening it down a few times. It felt a bit "crunchy" right near full closed. So I took it apart and scrubbed the thread areas with a tiny bruch. Put it back together and cranked it down hard all the way. Now it works fine without leaks. So maybe there was some crud or filings on the threads that I missed? I also used more cotton this time, I don't know if that would have made a difference or not.
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YFTK flooding hmmm my 2 sxk's are.
Man wished i had seen these posts b4 burning money. Did you change those o-rings pecemk any good? My o-rings look fine its hard to work out whats wrong i guess i go back to subtank mini dont flood like these tanks.
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I wouldn't have a problem recommending the YFTK Prime. They're good!
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Very happy with my yftk prime as well. So far it's the best mtl tank I have.
#18 (permalink)      1/29/2018 6:30:01 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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wuwei.ap wrote:

I wouldn't have a problem recommending the YFTK Prime. They're good!


So now, should I look at dimensions of the authentic one, and order same sizes? :)
Can you please help if you have already done this? :)

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mickade wrote:

YFTK flooding hmmm my 2 sxk's are.
Man wished i had seen these posts b4 burning money. Did you change those o-rings pecemk any good? My o-rings look fine its hard to work out whats wrong i guess i go back to subtank mini dont flood like these tanks.


I still haven't tried with new orings with dimensions like authentic one, but have tried
switching with similar ones, no luck, it's flooding everytime, open close jfc
Waiting for wuwei.ap for an answer :)wuwei.ap wrote:

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You can check the seals by fully dissembling the atomizer and testing them as you rebuild it. IIRC, the only ones you can't check individually are #10 and #11.

Take the tank section off the base and see if the topcap is leaking. You can block the chamber and draw from the drip tip to check the little o-ring in the topcap. Then you can block the drip tip and blow into the tank to check the larger o-ring of the topcap.

After that, you can be sure it is either #10 or #11 that isn't sealing and replace those two. BTW, I rechecked #10 and a 13mm - 14mm o-ring will work. The same for #11, a 10mm - 11mm will work.

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Didnt you say you would reccomend these tanks? Wtf dude they are rubbish they leak dont matter what name you put on sxk whatever after a bit of use they leak. Good luck down the track steve lol it will leak. Now i know why someone said to me dont buy clones. Im back to subtank much better than this stuff.