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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie Luv View Post
    Great thanks! Mine will need another day airing out.


    Be careful you don't catch a chill!! After all, the insulation is gone with yesterday's waxing...

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    Oh, my - who makes this and where does it come from? I obviously *need* it

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    I did 2 days with the cap off, then about a week and a half before I vaped it. Tastes better than it smells - kind of like an single malt scotch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveOno View Post
    Be careful you don't catch a chill!! After all, the insulation is gone with yesterday's waxing...
    LMAO
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaD View Post
    Oh, my - who makes this and where does it come from? I obviously *need* it
    Johnson Creek 100% VG their Red Oak collection Vanda is vanilla custard (yellow cake batter) and Rainer (Cherry)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveOno View Post
    Hold on, I'll find the link to that thread. But do this.

    With the tank on the battery WITHOUT the coil, push the button. If you get 3 blinks, the tank has a short. If you get a steady light for 4 to 5 secons, the tank is fine.

    Try that, young JavaDan. And report back.

    (or Old Java Dan, but he'd new to us)

    Oh, and you are now a HALON!!!

    We are Halon (c)2013 wheezal

    Here's an update on what I thought was the dead tank . . . . .

    I did as you advised, and low and behold, the battery light remained steady.

    I screwed in another coil assembly and filled the tank. The battery light didn't blink, but there was no atomizing happening.

    Using the same tank, I put in another coil, and still no vaper production. I screwed in a brand new coil assembly and - IT'S ALIVE!

    The problem the whole time was the coil(s), not the tank. It is working fine with a new coil. I suspect that the original coil in that tank (which I threw away) was causing the short, and the other 2 I tested with were also bad. They had been around for a while.

    As for the other tank's leaking issue - one of the 2 failing coils I used to test the first tank came from the leaking tank. Related? - not sure yet. I'll play with that one tomorrow, but at least one of them has been resurrected from the grave.
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    Cool. I'm glad you found the problem.

    I wouldn't totally toss the old coil heads. One day, you might lose the condom or the silver little top down the drain. And I save the wick. I could use it, cutting it in half if I had to. And one day, I might try to rebuild one...

    You could try a good soak of the coil, then a dri burn, then another rinse. It might revitalize. But then again, $2.50 and no troubles.

    Ha, I went through $2.50 in a few hours of analogs!!!
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    I'm glad you have one mystry solved JavaDan, let us know what you discover on the other. Whoohoo on the resurrecttion from the dead, did you use a special spell Diva may can use it on her VV Manuel who recently departed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie Luv View Post
    I'm glad you have one mystry solved JavaDan, let us know what you discover on the other. Whoohoo on the resurrecttion from the dead, did you use a special spell Diva may can use it on her VV Manuel who recently departed.
    I put the tank in front of the computer screen so it could see that gorgeous photo of you. That's all it took.
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    How many more time will I advise everyone to pick up a cheap multitester

    Never again soak up a coil head with valuable tasty juice just to find out it's dead. I check all my coils with the mt before they go in. It's either check them, or take a risk, or just keep using new ones. For $5.50, it'd pay for itself quick. Plus, you can check your bat voltage, and lots of other things.

    Like you have a pile of AAA batteries. Which ones are near dead? Which are the strongest before you put them in some device?

    Just get one.

    (I wonder if always99 ever found her hubbies MT...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveOno View Post
    Cool. I'm glad you found the problem.

    I wouldn't totally toss the old coil heads. One day, you might lose the condom or the silver little top down the drain. And I save the wick. I could use it, cutting it in half if I had to. And one day, I might try to rebuild one...

    You could try a good soak of the coil, then a dri burn, then another rinse. It might revitalize. But then again, $2.50 and no troubles.

    Ha, I went through $2.50 in a few hours of analogs!!!
    I'll try that. Sure doesn't hurt.

    Thanks Dave.

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