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5 Simple Solutions To Stop Your Tank From Leaking
There are things are more irritating than having a leaky tank. Most of us have experienced that moment where we realized our costly e-juice has leaked out of the tank, all over the mod and into the surrounding areas. It's happened to almost all of us, but some can't seem to stop the leak. Don't worry, there are a number of ways to keep it at bay.  Here are our top 5 simple solutions to stop your tank from leaking. 1.Fill your tank properly The most common cause of leaks is also the most easily avoided. Tanks are built with a central airflow tube that runs through the main body of the tank up to the drip tip. That's the chimney. Despite instruction leaflets warning against this, it's common for vapers to accidentally get juice down this tube, leading to gurgling and leaking. Make sure you're careful to avoid the chimney when you fill a tank. If juice does make it into this section, clean it out with a paper towel before vaping. And don't overfill your tank. Leaving a small air pocket at the top creates a vacuum inside the tank, helping prevent e-liquid from leaking out. fill the tank 2.Check your O rings Worn or damaged O-rings are a common cause of leaks, particularly with the popular range of Kangertech sub ohm tanks. Take apart your tank and examine the O-rings closely. If they are worn away, broken or simply not there, this means your tank's air seal has been compromised. Thankfully O-rings are cheap and easy to buy - just make sure you get the correct size. O rings 3.Keep your tank vertical Some tanks aren't build to handle horizontal positions for long periods, and you may find juice seeping out through the airflow holes if you leave it overnight. Try to keep your vaping kit positioned vertically if you're not using it for extended periods of time. If you're charging overnight, remove the tank from your mod and leave it in an upright position. quality tfv12 4.Close airflow when filling If your airflow is at its lowest setting, you're restricting the amount of air that goes into the tank, meaning you need to take more powerful inhalations. If you do this too forcefully, you risk bringing too much e-liquid into the atomizer coil and causing flooding which leads to leakage. Open your airflow to a wider setting to allow more air through the atomizer to avoid leaks. WISMEC Cylin RTA Atomizer Notch Coil 5.Coil problems As with most mass-produced products, there will always be a few duds. It happens rather frequently due to the sheer numbers coming out of Chinese factories. In some cases, the coil may have manufacturing flaws that stop it from holding the juice properly, causing the tank to leak. First, ensure your coil is screwed in properly and if it is, simply replace the coil - preferably with one from a different batch to the one you're currently using. If the problem remains, the complication is likely down to one of the other issues addressed here. LTQ Vapor Demon Killer Violence Coil

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