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kanger evod help

Discussion in 'Tanks, clearomizers and drop-in coils' started by rebel_logan, May 28, 2013.

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  1. rebel_logan

    rebel_logan Full Member Verified Member

    Apr 30, 2013
    Tahlequah OKlahoma
    i recently bought two kanger evods to go on my ego mini 450 and my ego 900. i also bought a 5 pack of the 2.2ohm coil heads.
    i noticed that after a full day of vaping on one of the evods that i wasnt getting any "smoke" when i would take a draw from my ecig. any ideas why?

    i am also curious how do you know when to change the coil heads on them will there be a bad taste or is the no "smoke" a sign that it needs replaced? i had a ce4 clearomizer before and it used a big wick that was fed out from the top of the tank i was going through one of those in about a week and a half. about how long can i expect a evod coil to last?

    thanks Logan
  2. BostonVape

    BostonVape Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 25, 2013
    do you have any device that can check the Ohms?

    I had an evod head do that.. it basically just died after like 3 days of use

    put it on my evic and it read 'no atomizer found' - not a good sign..

    I would swap it out with another i'm sure it will be fine
  3. rebel_logan

    rebel_logan Full Member Verified Member

    Apr 30, 2013
    Tahlequah OKlahoma
    no i dont have a way to read them. but now today one of the kanger evods i bought wont work on my ego 900 it flashes three times everytime i try to take a puff. but i works fine on my ego mini and my other evod works fine on it. i cleaned it and changed the coil head and its still doing it.
  4. Tacklebury

    Tacklebury Full Member

    May 30, 2013
    Ipswich, UK
    Have you tried adjusting the Center pin on your battery?

    You can (gently) ease up the center pin if it isn't firing correctly.
  5. erebel

    erebel Full Member

    May 31, 2013
    Oklahoma City Ok USA
    I found thatt evods caused the same on my eGo batts. Moving the center pin back out just a hair. I think evods maybe seat farther down than other tanks. I usually tturn my batt of, remove the tank and tap the batt on the head lightly a few times. Usually helps mine.
  6. time2quit

    time2quit Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 13, 2013
    upstate new york
    Evod heads are notorious for the post (the part that sticks into the hollow tube in the tank) becoming loose at the base of the head. Make sure it is tight!
  7. 1awesomelawson

    1awesomelawson Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 25, 2013
    Woo! I finally joined the forums (instead of lurking) so I could respond to this. I LOVE the EVODs.

    When your battery flashes three times, it needs to be charged. We have also found that the coil, which is in the base (the part you take off to fill the tank) needs to be screwed in there pretty tight.

    The coils should last for approximately 2 weeks before being changed out. You should know when things taste burnt. I haven't had to change mine yet but I have three tanks that I change between.

    Also, make sure that the tank is filled above the halfway point for best results. Once it dips below that, it's likely you'll start getting gurgling and liquid in your mouth.

    Hope this helps!
  8. gando_salo

    gando_salo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Try on a new head... you should be good..
    Only gently lift the center pin if you knwo what you actually doing...
  9. Bintmartin

    Bintmartin Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 10, 2013
    Minnesota, USA
    I have a fairly new EVOD battery that suddenly stopped working. The button lights when pressed but I get no vapor. I tried the tank on another battery and it worked fine. Also when I put it on the charger the light stays green. With my other battery the light turns red when I put it on the charger. Is it something I can fix or is the battery just a lemon? Thanks.
  10. fishtaco

    fishtaco Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 17, 2011
    I have had nothing but problems with Evods on Ego batteries, so I just dont use them any more.

    some replacement coils last 2 weeks before hard draw others 2 days! they use way too much juice as well.

    A coil change can make my Egos fail requiring me to put batteries back on the charger for a short time before they work again, this happened to 3 batteries one after the other when I was away from a charge point.

    I thought they were great when i got my first but now they are all in the Vape trash.
  11. Trev1

    Trev1 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 16, 2013
    instead of pulling the pin of your battery pull the pin out the bottom of the evod a bit..NOT MUCH little by little till it fires...also to avoid gurgle i change the flavor wick and dry burn my coils and they run like champs...i have used evods for years with my lady and we have luck...except cracking them with diff juices which is my fault...give them a shot and they will love u back
  12. Ronald3638

    Ronald3638 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 16, 2013
    Zeeland, MI, USA

    I just got one of the new Evod heads and had to do that too. I learned trick with my Vision Vivi Nova heads. :toast:
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