M-1 tank, how to fill

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  1. Katmar

    Katmar Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Ok, I am a complete newbie at the M-1 tank. I cannot figure out how to fill it!!!!! Someone please help this little ole lady.:unsure:

    I see you can remove the coil at bottom, but cannot seem to open tank to fill. I feel really stupid. And what exactly does the bottom coil do?

    Ok, you can all stop laughing now.....
     
  2. Katmar

    Katmar Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Never mind, I got it!!!!!!!
     
  3. Katmar

    Katmar Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Well, ok, I got it. It worked for a little bit, taste was wonderful. Now, I can get no vape. Found out the hard way to NOT open the bottom coil while liquid in tank:confused:

    Anyway, not sure if I somehow blew the coil or what. Any suggestions?
     
  4. SSV2

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    The only way to really blow a coil is if you crank the dial all the way up at once and even then you might get a burnt tasting vape before the coil actually burns out.

    I'm guessing that maybe the coil is not screwed in evenly to the base and/or the bottom center pin on the tank is not making solid contact with the battery's center post? If this happens it will not fire the atomizer. It may appear to be dead (no vapor) though really is a connection issue that can be remedied quite easily.

    SSV2

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  5. Katmar

    Katmar Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    It was the bottom center pin. Thanks!!!!!
     
  6. SSV2

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    Awesome!!!



    SSV2

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