Blotto rta

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    For some reason I can not stop the tank leaking .I have tried single and dual coil added different amounts of cotton and length and still leaks everytime.Please help before I give up

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    Is the bottom o-ring properly seated?
     
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    Yes its seated corrected and its leaking from the air holes

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    Strange , had mine for a while now and have been vaping on it since Friday , no leaks ,even when HOT.
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    When it comes to trimming to size, you can go a little under, or a little over. Its fairly forgiving I found. Trimming the cotton back beyond the base of the deck is fine, which does leave a little overhang in the juice-well slots.

    I found using the base of the RTA as your trim line worked perfect and allowed enough cotton to fill the wicking ports, whilst not being packed in too tight.Trimmed down to size, it’s worth giving the cotton a little rake through to limit any compacted cotton causing you problems.Once you’re happy with the cotton placement, have a quick check to make sure its not stuffed in too tight or that gaps are apparent which could cause leaking.
    Thanks to ecigclick for the additional info , hope this solve your problems , like I said , great atty .
     
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    Maybe one of your O-rings isn't sealing properly and letting air in causing the break in vacuum???
    I had a glass that was skew and didn't seal the tank and I had leaks. Hence my reasoning
     
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    I agree with the above from Resistance. mid the vacuum isn’t there is leaks a lot.
    also just check that the o-rings are not pinched. Had that happen once with an o-ring near the top of the glass.
     
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