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    it's been 4 months i'm using this tip for cleaning my 801s and 510s atties.
    It works great.
    thanks Mik!

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    *broken thread test*

    [edit] this post seemed to have fixed it. :P

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    Thanks so much! Great tip...

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    Seems that we would rather vape than read manuals. I just tried this method to clean up the atty, works great!

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    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1010chrissy View Post
    But how do you get the Flooded Atty Unflooded?
    Take off the cart, unscrew the atty from the batt, cover the cart side with a tissue or paper towel, blow into the battery side of the atty (not too hard), repeat until u have no liquid coming out.

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    Heres what i do:

    1. Boil 1 1/2 inchs of water in LOW PROFILE glass jar, microwave (120 seconds).

    2. Drop atty in glass with long spoon or such (be carefull, it will boil up when you drop it in).

    3. Let set for 15 or so minutes to loosen particales, run cold water in glass, take out and blow them out.

    4. Put 1 1/2 inchs of water back in glass and this time put the atty in the glass for 120 seconds in microwave, when it starts boiling this time, it will work like a jet stream blowing the boiling water thru the end of the atty.

    5. Let cool or run cold water over it, blow it out good and let it set over nite or blow dry for 15 or so minutes, either way works for me.

    P.S. I haven't had to dry burn one yet, I do this about every 3 or 4 days, just depends.

    BE CAREFUL......if you do this.....

    I don't Blow Smoke I VAPE!!!

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    Metal in a microwave? The water must shield it somehow othewise it would be like the 4th of July in there!


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    You can put metal into the microwave, if it is covered with water. The metal itself will not heat, but the water around it will.
    Try at your own risk, of course.

    Vote in the polls, vapers, we need numbers!

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    I just dont see a reason to take the chance, when you can do it the way i described to be honest...

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    Well, tell the truth, neither do I, I was merely reacting to the "you can't put metal into the microwave".

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