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  1. After doing a little research, as I do not have one of these, I think I can explain. If you go to info page on Smok site you will see that the tank does not come off like a traditional tank. The bottom of the tank is the top of the battery. You have to empty all the juice out, take the glass off, then unscrew the coil. At that time you can then access the center pin to gently lift it as described above, or clean out any juice that has seeped past the o-rings, or clean out what ever is shorting the coil to the battery. A search of the web for "Smok 22 troubleshooting" revealed a bunch of issues with these either shorted or open, with suggestions on how to fix each issue. Way too much for me to try and list here. Hope this helps.
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    Mod problem

    Silly question, but is it charged? Only asking because you didn't mention charging it.
  3. Depends on what the specs of the battery are. Not enough info to even begin to answer your question.
  4. I still use my Nautilus mini occasionally. And have been eyeing the Iclear 30 in the vape drawer that sits next to the 2 e-go batts that I keep around for some reason.
  5. Unscrew the bottom of the tank like you are replacing the coil. Look up into the tube, the piece you pictured should go up in the tube with the small part up. The coil (atomizer) will butt up against the larger end of the piece, just like it is sitting in your last pic.
  6. It's possible that the drop broke the coil in the atomizer or possibly something internal in the battery when you dropped it. As Tam said first thing to do is change the atomizer.
  7. It looks to be the seal that goes at the top of the atomizer. I opened mine up,and that is what it looks like to me.
  8. The coils come in 1.6 and 1.8 ohm, either will work just fine. I can't tell the difference between the two.
  9. Never tried Nitto, but I got a set of General Grabber X3's on my 08 F250 this past spring. I am quite impressed. I use the truck for hauling firewood, usually out of areas that you need 4X4 to get in and out of. They perform great in muddy soft conditions, and are actually fairly quiet on the road. http://generaltire.com/tires/light-trucksuv/grabber-x3
  10. 1st piece of advise using a mech mod, read, learn and understand Ohms Law so you don't become a statistic. That IMHO is the 1st step in using a mech.
  11. Squid

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    3-4 weeks on a coil is not too bad. TC is not for kanthall coils, which is what the Smok tanks use. Stick with wattage and read up on TC, you need Ti, SS, or Ni coils for TC.
  12. What tank and coil are you using? From the info posted, you are using the stock Baby Beast tank. You should be in wattage mode as to my knowledge there are no temp control coils for that tank. I run .5 ohm coils around 20-25 watts. I believe you can download the manual from the Smok website for how to set it up. I don't have one, so I can't be much help on that. Good luck, hopefully someone who knows more about this mod will be along shortly.
  13. Got a better pic? My only guess is a sheet of plastic mistakenly put there in the factory, if that's the case I'd remove it.
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