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Advice BVC coils flooding
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Dolly Offline
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BVC coils flooding
Hi, 

 This is my first post on here & I please need some advice- I recently started using Aspire BVC coils instead of Aspire BDC in my tank as I found the BDC coils would start to taste burnt & not work as well within the first couple of days of use. I heard that BVC coils were better so switched to them, & even though I find they last alot longer they seem to flood alot easier. I keep my vape upright when not in use as I know leaving it on its side can cause flooding. Not really sure what else to do so any advice would be appreciated 

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29-12-2015 06:14 PM
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RE: BVC coils flooding
Hey there dolly, welcome Smile

What tank do you use? and do you know the vg content of your juice? A 70vg 30pg blend should slow any flooding, unless it's a top fill, then there should be some juice control for filling built into the tank  

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29-12-2015 06:20 PM
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RE: BVC coils flooding
Without knowing which tank you're using it's gonna be hard to diagnose. 

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29-12-2015 06:34 PM
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RE: BVC coils flooding
If the BDC coils were only lasting a couple of days - when they should last about 12 to 14 days and the BVC coils are flooding within a short time I would say that the tank is faulty or you are using coils that should not be used for how you are vaping - so what tank do you use and what power. The only reason the BVC coils flood is because they are not coping with the juice - it is one of the signs the coil is done but not anything like as quickly as you are saying. None of these coils should be vaped above about 10W at most - they are standard coils for standard vaping and do not fit any tank capable of vaping above the 10W.
29-12-2015 07:52 PM
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RE: BVC coils flooding
I have run a nautalis mini on 1.8ohm coils mouth to lung style vape happy days and to be fair thought about bdc which is the duel version vertical coil setup as gently said to be fair it all depends on your tank and what your using to to fire it 
30-12-2015 02:06 AM
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