Saturday, February 14, 2015

How to Fix a leaking Kanger Subtank

How to Fix a leaking Kanger Subtank:

The metal tube in the center of this Clearomizer leads from the mouthpiece to the battery end. Avoid getting liquid in this tube when filling the Subtank. Allowing too much liquid to enter this tube can flood the atomizer and cause a leak through the bottom of the tank or liquid through the mouthpiece. If the atomizer head is not tightened securely to the base, excess liquid may also leak through the bottom and out of your tank. All parts must be assembled securely to ensure that there is no leakage through the glass, the atomizer head, or the base. Please ensure that all o-rings/seals are seated properly as well.


If your Kanger Subtank is leaking, it is more than likely the issue is with the OCC coil. We've found that some Subtank OCC coils do not have enough cotton in them to prevent the liquid inside of the tank from slowly seeping out through the center tube and the airflow holes. This type of slow leakage is a common issue with Clearomizers. However, the OCC coils are one of the few coils that can be easily modified because of the large opening and horizontal coil.

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