Wicking the Serpent Alto

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  1. antikryst

    antikryst New Member

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    Anybody have the serpent Alto? Can't seem to wick it right.

    Tried wicking it pancake style and it's flooding like crazy. I end up drinking the juice on the first few pulls. Not nice. Lol.

    Also tried closing the air flow before refilling and it floods once I open it even if I turned it upside down before opening the airflow.

    Tastes great though after I lose half the tank from leaking and me drinking some of it. Attached pics for reference.



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  2. OhmzRaw

    OhmzRaw Silver Contributor

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    You want to tuck the wicks into the channels rather than pan cake it.
     
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    Are you sure the leak is not from elsewhere like a missing or damaged o-ring?
     
  4. antikryst

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    Whatever I did it's not leaking now. I guess it's because I used cotton bacon and it's super fluffy to begin with.

    The leaking build actually didn't leak at all when I put in 80 VG juice. But started leaking when I was using 50 50.



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