Joytech EK EE with procore motor

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  1. Pat

    Pat New Member

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    Hello. I just bought an EK EE with procore motor. The e-liquid is leaking from the air holes. The gasket appears to be in the right place. I've changed the coil and the glass but it still leaks. Any help would be appreciated.
     
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  2. Whiskey

    Whiskey The TCIC Staff Member Moderator 2 year member FB Group team

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    Hi Pat, Welcome:emoji_hand_splayed::emoji_relaxed:
    sounds like the tank gasket isn't seated right, try taking it apart and putting it back together again
     
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    Vapin4Joy 2 year member reviewer

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    Hi Pat. :emoji_hand_splayed:
    Check the o-ring on the base of the coil.
     
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    pete67 2 year member

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    Hi Pat:emoji_coffee::emoji_hand_splayed: What they said:emoji_point_up::emoji_point_up::emoji_point_up::emoji_point_up:
     
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    Thank you for your replies. It seems to be leaking at the coil. I have tried 3 different coils and it still leaks with each one of them. Very frustrating. Any ideas?
     
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    Vapin4Joy 2 year member reviewer

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    What mix is the juice your using?
    Me, sub ohming, no less than 70/30 and I prefer 80/20.
     

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