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Problem w/Triton
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RE: Problem w/Nautilus tank
(18-01-2016 03:01 PM) TinWhisker Wrote:  JenJen, I have a Zeprhyus v1 and I love it. There is a Zephryus v2 that seems to have improved on the v1. And heck, there's a Triton v2 now as well. And many others!
Do those have the same filling method? That's the thing I like the most about it, & that they take the same coils as my Atlantis. Are the tanks comparable price wise? 
18-01-2016 03:04 PM
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RE: Problem w/Nautilus tank
Top fill on both yes. That's a definite must have for any tank I may consider. They're probably comparable. Don't know about coil compatibility.
18-01-2016 03:06 PM
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RE: Problem w/Nautilus tank
Hi TW - I have never had much luck with top fill tanks and would never buy another. The base has to come off anyway to change the coil - why have two areas where a tank can leak and has another moving part that can become a problem. The Atlantis is a much better tank in my opinion and uses the same coils.
18-01-2016 03:07 PM
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RE: Problem w/Nautilus tank
Hi Jen Jen - I think what has happened is that you have screwed the base on too tight and it has forced the internal mechanism up slightly and it is jamming the turning plate. Never overtighten any tank - finger tight should be good enough on a decent tank to avoid any leaks.
18-01-2016 03:23 PM
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RE: Problem w/Nautilus tank
(18-01-2016 03:23 PM)ecignut Wrote:  Hi Jen Jen - I think what has happened is that you have screwed the base on too tight and it has forced the internal mechanism up slightly and it is jamming the turning plate. Never overtighten any tank - finger tight should be good enough on a decent tank to avoid any leaks.
I learned that lesson well on my Kangertech 30ml tank & have been very careful. That's why I don't get it why this all of a sudden happened. Also, I've never had any leaks w/this tank at all, & since I only have to change out the coil very rarely-it's just been a perfect tank for me. I just really like being able to fill it easily by turning the top. Only issue I've ever had(prior to this), is occasionally juice will get thru to the upper chamber & into my mouth. I just adjust the top & it fixes that problem immediately. I do love my original Atlantis tanks too, but am just stuck on the ease of filling the other tank. Thank you so much!
18-01-2016 03:53 PM
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RE: Problem w/Nautilus tank
@ecignut Is there anyway to fix this tank if in fact that is what I did?
18-01-2016 03:55 PM
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RE: Problem w/Nautilus tank
(18-01-2016 03:55 PM)JenJen101 Wrote:  @ecignut Is there anyway to fix this tank if in fact that is what I did?
Get a pen and with the base off and the tank in vape mode very gently press down on the two areas used to fill - but do be very gentle it only takes a fraction to loosen the plate and you do not want it moved very much or the tank could leak from there. The best of luck and keep in touch - this is a nice friendly and helpful forum - as you can probably tell already[Image: smile.gif]
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RE: Problem w/Triton
@ecignut You rock!! All of you are so helpful & from now on I'm going to be here like crazy-so please don't get sick of me! I've invested so much time(not to mention a lot of $$) into vaping, & it seems like whenever I get something I like, something new & better comes along. All I want is an easy, no frills, set up that doesn't cause me a bunch of grief. I'll be asking all of you from now on before I shell out anymore $ for anything vape related. I appreciate all your info you've shared so much!Clapping
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