Brand New TFV8 AirFlow Leak

Discussion in 'Help I have questions!' started by Mercefulmerc, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Mercefulmerc

    Mercefulmerc New Member

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    Feb 13, 2018
    Hey guys,

    I bought a Smok Procolor 225W kit last week and just received all the goodies in the mail. I have primed the first pre-installed coil and then filled the tank, followed by putting the chimney back on. I have closed the air vents all the while, given it a few NON-RUNNING puffs just to run some air through, for vaccum. (I'm not sure if that's how it works). I sat it down for 5 minutes, and then turned it all on... Selected my mode and put it to 40 watts and started to vape.

    Everything went well and I got about 5-6 vapes, but when opening the airflow, it just dripped out liquid. So I screwed around with that coil trying to find the leak in the o-rings and seals ect. Ended up screwing it up, so swapped coils to the 4 coil setup that came with it included. Rinse and repeated after cleaning the bottom airflow area with water and drying. Same thing after 3-4 hits. Leak in the Airflow.

    Can anyone give me a REALLY short to the point answer for this? My juice is KILO Black Honey Creme (pick something else soon. Cause its not my favourite already, but its 70 VG 20 PG if it helps.

    Thanks in advance,
  2. choderfett

    choderfett Silver Contributor

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    Jan 5, 2018
    Maybe you over primed the coils? Probably not this..
    How many drops you put in and what coil you using?
    Check to make sure you got all the Orings back in also..
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  3. gbalkam

    gbalkam Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Jun 10, 2016
    Most often, air flow leaks are (A) airflow open during top filling (B) the coil, atomizer components are not installed correctly (mis matched threads) (C) twisted or broken O rings.
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