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Burnt Taste


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#1
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What does it mean when you puff an e-cig and it is harsh and tastes burnt? Joye ego, used with atomizers/cartridges and cartomizers. It seems to have the burnt taste with cartimizers more.

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Sounds like you're letting them get too dry before you refill. Atty's and Cartos need to stay wet or you'll get a dry burnt taste.

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I hate that burnt taste. Sometimes its so harsh it burns my throat. :thumbsdown: Snubber is correct it usually happens when there isn't enough Juice in the atty/carto.

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It's almost always because not enough liquid is being added or your letting the cartomizer get to hot

These videos might help






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many of us remove the wicking under the bridge of the atty.
if you look inside you will see a A shapped piece inside, there should be what looks like a string sticking out either side.
take tweezers and pull it out of there. make sure to leave the bridge in there though or you will get a lot of Juice coming out the bottom.
this will remove the burnt taste. you still want to keep it juiced up and not dry vape it.

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I don't like taking the wick out, it made my atty leak like crazy when I did. As long as it's wet I don't get the burnt taste.

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Thank you everyone for the replies and suggestions. Chris, thank you for the videos. Helpful. :smoke:

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One more question: If the carty is full enough or you direct drip, does it make a bubbling sound like toking on a bong? Or is that too many drops?

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Usually the bubbling/gurgling noise means there is too much liquid. :)

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Ok, thanks. I kind of like the sound but if it's going to shorten the life of the parts I guess it isn't good. :D