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Got a Kbox70 but need advice please
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LikeIGiveAFrock · 08/08/2016 11:00

It keeps on stopping drawing , not turned off but literally you can't get any puff
Any advice ? Paid bloody £70 too ......

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LikeIGiveAFrock · 11/08/2016 16:12

It just bloody done it again !
W right up but no vapour/airflow
Do you think it's faulty ?

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BeezerBubble · 10/08/2016 18:11

If no airflow then maybe adjuster at top has been turned fully closed?

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Dontneedausername · 10/08/2016 16:27

Have you tried with higher watts? I generally run mine on 30w?

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LikeIGiveAFrock · 10/08/2016 10:52

No vapour/airflow bubble
Tank is a nautilus X
Shows 11 w

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BeezerBubble · 08/08/2016 17:56

What tank have you got on it? What does the display say when you push the fire button? Do you mean no vapour or no airflow/vapour when you take a drag?

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LikeIGiveAFrock · 08/08/2016 16:42

Thanks dont yep can turn it on and off , it's just not drawing . Suddenly just stopped . Battery full too

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Dontneedausername · 08/08/2016 12:27

I have one (only a week old) but have had no issues.... Sorry, not helpful!!
Have you tried turning it properly off and on?
Is the display saying anything?

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