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510 usage and maintenance instructions from Joye Technology

Discussion in 'Joye 510' started by testerjtester, Apr 22, 2009.

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  1. olderthandirt

    olderthandirt Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 28, 2009
    Willamette Valley, PNW
    Hey denec, I like to top the cart just so it's moist at the top. Just barely. Then 2 drops right on the bridge. Vapes real well
     
  2. denec

    denec Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2009
    NYC
    gotcha thanks!
     
  3. RsL

    RsL Super Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 18, 2009
    Minneapolis
    What you have probably read is how some people just drip a couple or 3 drops directly on the atomizer and then put on the original cap which has no filling in it. When a person does this they are simply vaping off the juice which has absorbed onto the atomizer. Sure you can do this, but as Olderthandirt said, just drip on the atomizer and then top off your cart and vape away!
     
  4. denec

    denec Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2009
    NYC

    I am going to do the way olderthandirt said but i still not sure what you talking about


    this is the part that really confuses me lets say i wanted to try it that way in case i got a new flavor i dont know how about doing it for curioisty

    I dont have an original cap? i dont remember seeing an original cap anywhere? I got mine from Widow bead work set...and there was no cap anyway except that went on the end of the cartridge itself which was little plastic covering but i took that off before inserting the cartridge into the atomizer. I am assuming that cnanot be it becuase where would i put that?


    unless i am having a total mindfreeze...otherwise i will just go with the plan above and just put a fw drops in the cartrtidge and then 1-2 drops in the atomizer
     
  5. rsngfrce

    rsngfrce Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 15, 2009
    Northern California
    Cap = cartridge...
     
  6. denec

    denec Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2009
    NYC

    duh makes sense now thanks! =)
     
  7. denec

    denec Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2009
    NYC
    can someone tell me what is purified alcohol?

    i now that sounds silly but i never heard of it before?

    where can i get it? i think my atomizer is getting gunked up becuase now after 2 days i am having a harder time getting a good draw it use to be a lot easier now i have to draw a lot harder
     
  8. ceejay

    ceejay Guest

    isopropyl rubbing alcohol. you can get it at any local drug store
     
  9. denec

    denec Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2009
    NYC
    there are two types one that is 70% and one that is 99% which is better?



    I have used rubbing alcohol before the one with 99% to clean thermal paste off of my cpu...I just was not sure if it better to use?

    Will it not leave some sort of aftertaste in there?
     
  10. ceejay

    ceejay Guest

    doesn't matter which one you use i think. but 99% might work better since it's a higher %. you rinse it with water after you soak it. doesn't leave any aftertaste
     
  11. denec

    denec Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2009
    NYC
    thanks but since then i picked up a bottle of everclear should do the trick!
     
  12. heathmcse

    heathmcse Full Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 4, 2008
    Roanoke VA
  13. testerjtester

    testerjtester Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 13, 2009
    Seattle, WA


    Well, I finally had a couple of atomizers get bad enough to try the "Grand cleaning", and can't actually do it as written, because when I pour the alcohol inside the open end, even if I hold my finger over the battery connector end, the alcohol spills out through the 2 airholes in the side of the connector, so I can't actually shake it up with the alchohol remaining inside.

    Tried to scrounge some sort of cap to stick on the end, and couldn't find anything likely. Then I thought about trying it with a manual battery connected, but the instructions specifically say to disconnect the battery, so I decided to check in here to see if anyone had the same problem and found a better solution.

    Any ideas as to how to keep the alcohol inside the atomizer while shaking it for 2 minutes?

    Thanks!
    Tim
     
  14. happily

    happily Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 25, 2009
    anchorage, ak
    Don't quote me but I think u clean the battery threads with alcohol anyway so a manual battery connected should be fine,Just not an automatic one
     
  15. need_2quit

    need_2quit Super Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 5, 2009
    usa
    i keep mine pretty clean by pulling the cart and vaping on the atomizer tube itself. Get a TON of vapor.

    when it dwindles, i put the cart back on and continue to vape until i need to top it off again.

    these carts hold alot of juice and it's easy for the bridge to stay soaked. you'll think the cart is dry, but when you pull it there is plenty of juice still in the cart (cart filling isn't white)....

    it's easy to enthusiastically overfill = the bridge doesn't draw any more than it has too, so the bridge needs an occasional drying down by dry vaping.

    great cleaning tips from Joye. Appreciate the post!
     
  16. 1010chrissy

    1010chrissy Moved On

    Mar 24, 2009
    I had the same problem. So I poured the alcohol in the big hole on top and swiftly and quickly turned it upside down so the small holes are now on top. It can be done before all the iso leaks out. It worked with just the slightest splash of alcohol coming out the side holes..
     
  17. 1010chrissy

    1010chrissy Moved On

    Mar 24, 2009
    It seems like every time I clean the attys they take forever to get going well again. I did the instructions reccomended by the manufacturer and they are not barely working now (dura c). So I just tried oven cleaner on One atty. I will soak it over night in alcohol to thouroughly rinse the oven cleaner off and blow the heck out of it tommorrow. WIll let you all know how that works out. It cant get worse for sure.
    10-10
     
  18. abandonhope16

    abandonhope16 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 8, 2009
    Thinking about giving my atty a quick once-over. Has anyone tried a Q-tip for applying the cleaning agent (I'll probably just use regular rubbing alcohol)? Am I supposed to touch, what I believe is called the wick (the thing in the center of the atty)?
    Thanks


    -A:evil:
     
  19. renderwerks

    renderwerks Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jun 20, 2009
    SoCal - The IE
    Hi All-

    New member, first post. I was looking for cleaning suggestions for attys. I've cleaned mine with 91% iso alcohol. I place an atty or two in a 35mm film canister and let soak for 5-10 minutes. Give it a swirl several times during the soak. Give them a second bath in distilled water. I set them cart end down on paper towels and let them dry overnight. Seems to work great. I even clean new ones to get the manufacturing residue out of them (yech). 8-o

    Additionally, I have had one develop a slight "burned plastic" taste. Upon close inspection, I found strands of the poly wool stuck under the bridge in the braid. Careful extraction with tweezers fixed the bad taste.

    Cheers-

    Rick
     
  20. renderwerks

    renderwerks Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jun 20, 2009
    SoCal - The IE
    Oh, BTW... I use distilled water as it cannot leave any residue in the atty.

    Rick
     

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