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How do I replace the coils?

Step 1: If you have the Canteen™ Pro Tank attached to a battery, unscrew it from the battery.

Step 2: Turn the whole tank upside down so that the mouthpiece is pointing toward the ground. It’s filled from the bottom. 

Step 3: Unscrew the red metal band that’s at the end of the tank. There’s a black arrow on the glass tank that points to this metal band. It reads: fill from this end.

Step 4: See that bit sticking up from the metal band you just took off? That metal flue-looking-like-thing is the coils. Grasp it and unscrew it from the metal band. You can wear gloves or use a tissue if you don’t want to touch the residual juice that’s on it. Discard that piece.

Step 5: Screw in a fresh new coils and reattach the whole assembly to the tank.

Just five simple steps and you’ve refreshed your vaping experience!

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