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Re: Burnt Taste with New Inferno Tank

Postby Artist Boy » Thu Jan 23, 2014 11:32 pm

Check and make sure the wick is not blocking any of the holes in the head, I know there are a lot of hole but sometimes even just one hole block and it seems it can cause an issue.

you can also try unscrewing the head like 1/8 a turn in the base. If you unscrew it too much though it will make the head flood and leak juice out the bottom.
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Re: Burnt Taste with New Inferno Tank

Postby Stevebunk » Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:21 am

Aloha AB,

Thanks so much for the help/reply. How exactly should I make sure the wick is not blocking any of the holes in the head? I took a paperclip an kind of gently poked into the holes and all but two struck a solid surface. The other two you were more squishy. If something is blocking, how should I unblock?

Thanks so much and I appreciate you always dealing with my issues!
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Re: Burnt Taste with New Inferno Tank

Postby Artist Boy » Fri Jan 24, 2014 12:40 pm

you pretty much got it, just use a paper clip. The hard spots you hit were most likely the ceramic cup inside the head that houses the coil and wick. You are basically just looking for the wick pushed all the way up into a hole.
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