I have the same problem with the K100/Protank set up. I am trying this: Adapter Male 510 to Female 510 (510 extension) - MyFreedomSmokes.com not sold out.
Originally Posted by StandingOnTheMoon
On another thread Kamry K100 Question the following was suggested:
Somehow the Kanger protanks don't play well with K100s, I originally thought it was electrical until I tried the drip it came with. I am currently running a protank mini on it just fine. Ultimately I will switch to rebuildables and hope those fit right. I'm not sure witch one I will go with yet, no time to research.
Originally Posted by *deleon517*
Thanks for the heads up on the air flow controllers, those look perfect.
Originally Posted by Sthur
For the record, the adapter I mention above came today. It looks wobbly, but its solid feeling. It is plenty ugly, but I am happy I can use a larger tank on the K100 again. I cant find a source for the airflow controllers, maybe after the holidays they will be available again.
I have the Pro tank 3 leaking and put a new atomizer same issues . Got a replacement unit after 3 days I refilled and bam started leaking using it on the Volcano 2.0 with no vape now...back to the top wicking cheapo tank that is vaping circles around the PT3.
I just got my K100 and Protank 2 set up and was having this exact same problem. I found a quick fix for it after much trial and error crafting my own plastic washer type spacers. I noticed there were 2 white o-rings in my PT2 box. I am not sure what they are for but decided to slip one on the shaft that sticks out from the base of the PT2. I pushed it up all the way past the treads so that it sits flush and covers up the tiny holes on the side. When I threaded it back onto my K100 it hit perfectly. I no longer have to back it off so that it is wobbly. I did not crank the PT down as tight as it can go but it is tight enough where it wont get loose. I hope this helps/works for everyone with this problem.
Originally Posted by Mr.poche504
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