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    I think I have flooded the 3.0 ohm single coil cart. I put 40 drops in it, is that too much?

    I may have to change the cart but the tank is filled. Is there an easy way to do without having to empty the tank.

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    Empty tank contents into your bottle of juice then switch out the carto? You also didn't mention what tank you're using so it's kinda hard to help.

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    Its a 7 ml Tube Tank for a Lava Tube

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    Really depends on the reason for the flood. If you do need to change the carto and it isn't flanged you can just drop another one straight on top of it and push the old one through using the new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkstarncw View Post
    Really depends on the reason for the flood. If you do need to change the carto and it isn't flanged you can just drop another one straight on top of it and push the old one through using the new one.
    That's what I do with my syringe tanks. If the cap and bottom aren't too tight, you can just take off the drip tip, and push the old carto out with the new one. Keep a good grip on the bottom, so that you don't push it out. Oh, and do this all over a sink.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkstarncw View Post
    Really depends on the reason for the flood. If you do need to change the carto and it isn't flanged you can just drop another one straight on top of it and push the old one through using the new one.
    and I can do that with no leaks or spills? Guess I would have to do it quickly... I thought I had read that somewhere before so you just reaffirmed it can be done that way.

    Thanks

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    You don't really have to do it quickly. Just do it carefully.


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    what is a flanged carto?

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    A flanged carto has a flange on the bottom to keep the tank from sliding off.

    Like this: http://vaporgeek.com/image/cache/dat...to-600x600.jpg


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