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Why does flooding happen??

Discussion in 'Tank Issues' started by Youmadbrah, Dec 25, 2011.

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  1. Youmadbrah

    Youmadbrah Super Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 15, 2011
    I am using Puff daddy tank with LR carto. Sometimes I start getting liquid out from drip tip , and sometimes when I press the button liquid splashed out with high gruggling noise. How do I avoid that ?? Keep pressing without smoking to heat the liquid or what??
  2. donnah

    donnah Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I don't know about the puff daddy tank. I use a chibi and the only time it floods is when I fill it too fast and don't let the displaced air escape. Sliding a needle down between the grommets and the tank to let out the excess air solves this. A good seal on the tank is vital also. Wiggling cargo usually solves this. I usually don't have a problem with flooding anymore.
  3. wendallb

    wendallb Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 21, 2011
    Republic of Texas
    It will flood and gurgle if the hole is too large in the carto. Also what donnah said you must have a good seal and no air leaks.
  4. SnakeFarm

    SnakeFarm Super Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 1, 2011
    San Antonio
    When I first got my Liquinator tank, the carto had two large slots at the base. That carto lasted almost two weeks of constant vaping. I got a fifteen pack and started slotting them myself, and I assumed that i should make two large slots like the original. None of them lasted more than a few days until I started making just one small slot that only opens a tiny hole. Now they seem to last over a week, but still not two weeks like the first one.
  5. stephpd

    stephpd Super Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 24, 2011
    It could be a bad seal at one of the ends. Allowing to much air into the tank just allows the liquid to seep out.
    Not sure of that particular tank but the idea is the same for all of them. Hole size shouldn't make much of a difference. The liquid stays in the tank because if it provides a good seal and a partial vacuum inside.
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