If your tank vape has become flooded, there are a few steps you can take to address the issue and potentially salvage your device. Here’s a general guide:

  1. Remove the Tank:
    • Unscrew the tank from the battery/mod.
  2. Empty the E-Liquid:
    • Pour out any excess e-liquid into a proper disposal container.
  3. Clean the Tank:
    • Disassemble the tank into its individual parts (drip tip, glass, coil, etc.).
    • Rinse each part with warm water to remove any excess e-liquid and debris.
    • Allow the parts to air dry thoroughly.
  4. Inspect the Coil:
    • Check the coil for any visible damage or gunk buildup.
    • If the coil is damaged or heavily gunked up, it may be a good idea to replace it with a new one.
  5. Check O-Rings:
    • Ensure that all O-rings are in good condition and properly seated. Damaged or misplaced O-rings can cause leaks.
  6. Reassemble the Tank:
    • Put the tank back together, making sure all components are securely connected.
  7. Prime the Coil:
    • If you replaced the coil, make sure to prime it by applying a few drops of e-liquid onto the cotton-wicking material. This helps prevent dry hits and allows the coil to saturate properly.
  8. Refill the Tank:
    • Fill the tank with e-liquid, avoiding overfilling to prevent future flooding.
  9. Let it Sit:
    • Allow the tank to sit for a few minutes after filling to ensure the coil is fully saturated.
  10. Adjust Airflow:
  • Adjust the airflow to your preferred setting. Too much airflow can sometimes contribute to flooding.
  1. Test:
    • Reattach the tank to the battery/mod and test-fire the device. Start with low wattage and gradually increase it to avoid burning the coil.

If these steps don’t resolve the issue, it’s possible that there may be a more significant problem with the tank or coil. In such cases, it might be necessary to consult the device’s user manual or seek assistance from the manufacturer or a knowledgeable vape professional.