306 Attys Taste Burnt

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  1. limatime42

    limatime42 Full Member

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    My limited knowledge tells me that burnt taste = a dry atty. But I have soaked these things to the gill and keep getting that burnt taste. Am I missing something? How do y'all break in your new 306s? Any help is appreciated. :vapor:
     
  2. steven.rn

    steven.rn Super Member ECF Veteran

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    What make, and what ohms?
     
  3. Flaklaflubillibu

    Flaklaflubillibu Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    In this video, the author points out exactly the cause and cure of what you are describing.



    In a nutshell, you have to debridge it. For the 510, I've seen quite a few videos on youtube on how to do it. There should be plenty specific to the 306 as well.
     
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