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#41 (permalink)      8/15/2015 2:52:22 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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No, it's not a matter of screwing it on, but you can press-fit it back together with pliers. And next time don't drop it, it's not meant for that
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I was able to press fit it and running again. Thank you.
#43 (permalink)      8/15/2015 7:23:58 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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You're welcome, my second Lemo 2 had the same kind of issue after if fell off my table while attached to my Sigelei 150W. Landed with the driptip and the airflow base was opened like that. But I guessed that it was press-fit and fixed it the next moment.
#44 (permalink)      8/17/2015 11:08:56 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Broke my sole glass tank lol. Gotta order more because dual 30g ni200 is a bitch to work with in my orchid.
#45 (permalink)      8/20/2015 8:25:26 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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ferongr wrote:

No, it's not a matter of screwing it on, but you can press-fit it back together with pliers. And next time don't drop it, it's not meant for that







My lemo 2 screws apart at base

#46 (permalink)      8/21/2015 1:00:49 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Look at bmilcs' image again, his issue was not a matter of screwing the airflow control on the rest of the atomizer, but rather that the airflow control itself, the two pieces of it were pulled apart from the drop.

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@ferongr Thank you. Thought the pic would speak for itself =) but guess not
#48 (permalink)      8/22/2015 7:25:04 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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in the short term i found atlantis glass will just about fit on this if u have one of them lying around
you find everything in the last place you look. try looking in the last place first.
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also wicking
bit of trial and error
i put the top half of the tank an chimney together and tighten then 3mm coil 0.50mm kanthal 3-4 wraps only with legs crossing below the coil ( i find this helps keep the wick chocking the air hole and leaking) then i wet wick before i trim it and aim to get a 1mm ish gap ( never allow it to touch well channel) then i join the 2 halfs together ( never needed to fiddle with it just when tight back screw one half turn then back tight to tight this always seems to sort it all out)
then fill and take a 2 test puffs then put tank on side with one juice channel hole facing up ( expect to see a large bubble after 30 seconds if not face the other way but remember what side air vents from and vape with this side facing up or between drags if u ever suspect you are gona get a dry hit.

hope this helps
you find everything in the last place you look. try looking in the last place first.
#50 (permalink)      9/23/2015 1:35:56 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Try this

10mm strip

Take off the top and bottom layers

Roll it but avoid twisting it

Insert it and cut the tails to just sit on or above the deck and channels

Wet it and push back to form the cotton triangle each side

Using a syringe needle or similar make a horizontal full width indent at the bottom of the cotton tail so you effectively create a cavern of juice under the cotton.


Not had a single dry hit all day,

60/40 juice.