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Mage RTA by coil art

Discussion in 'Rebuildable Atomisers' started by jEoHKT, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. jEoHKT

    jEoHKT Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Was just wondering if anybody here tried this RTA tank and also had leaking issues. Wasted 30ml of juice with this tank. Tried covering the wicking holes, but seems to be leaking from the bottom pin. Frustrating.

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  2. Siam Diesel
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    Sounds like there's no vacuum to keep the juice in...maybe have a look at the top gasket to make sure it's where it's supposed to be. I had a tank leaking juice from the 510 connector and after replacing the top gasket, it stopped (but it wasn't an RTA).
     
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    stormvapers Well-Known Member

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    I have this tank and it is a really good one for flavor.
    Never really had issues with leaking. Sometime a bit under the tank after using it heavily, but nothing exceptional.
    Check all your o-ring.
    As for weaking, check on YouTube and do it as Grimmgreen does it.
    The Troll weaking.
    I Always did it this way and never had issues of any kind.
    Plus, it is super easy that way.
     
  4. jEoHKT

    jEoHKT Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Fixed it guys, the leaking stopped by not screwing in the top cap too tight, i noticed that the bottom pin was somewhat pushed out and when i losen the top it goes back in, that was the problem. Wasted precious juice with my noobness having the mentality to tightly close anything that has threads on it. Thanks

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