Vaping can be a social, engaging, and delightful experience, but things don't always go as planned. If you vape on a daily basis, you've undoubtedly encountered an issue or two with your equipment.
Having issues with your vaporizer can be really aggravating. It could be caused by a faulty battery or a lack of vapor in each draw.
The good news is that your gadget isn't usually malfunctioning or broken, and most of the issues that develop are simple to resolve. Check out the list below for some of the most frequent vape issues and how to fix them. In no time, you'll be back to savoring pure and delicious vapors.
1. Your vape won't turn on.
Okay, so this one may appear straightforward, but haven't we all made the mistake of trying to turn on something that wasn't plugged in? Furthermore, some vaporizers aren't exactly user-friendly. Most vapes include a multiple-click feature to turn them on, so try pressing the 'on' button five times quickly. Don't keep clicking if it still doesn't work. Set it aside for a minute, wait, and then try again. If this doesn't work, check if your vaporizer is appropriately charged.
It's important to remember that just because you plugged it in doesn't imply it's charged. Check the threading on your charger to ensure a solid connection before plugging it in. When your gadget is plugged in, it turns red, and when it is fully charged, it turns green. Make sure you're utilizing a power supply that's suitable. If you still can't get a good connection, your charger may need replacement.
2. Your vapors have a burnt taste to them.
If your vape has a burnt taste to it, it's probably because it's too hot. Your dry herb or materials may be combusting if this is the case. Reduce the temperature of your vaporizer for cooler and smoother vapor. If your materials are done, the second thing that could be causing your vape to taste burnt is to pop open the chamber and take a quick look.
3. Your device will not charge.
Vape batteries normally last for years, but depending on how well you care for your device, this life might be cut short or extended. To begin, how frequently do you clean your vaporizer? The amount you clean it depends on how often you use it, but if it's been a while, a clogged heating element could be affecting your battery's efficiency. Get some isopropyl alcohol and cotton swabs and give your vape a good cleaning!
Second, make sure your vaporizer is not overcharged. It may be enticing to leave it on charge overnight and wake up to a fully charged battery, but charging it for too long might shorten its longevity.
Finally, if your battery is dumped on the ground or submerged in water, it may be irreversibly damaged. If nothing else seems to be working, it's time to get a new battery.
4. Your vapor isn't thick enough.
If you don't obtain enough vapor, you aren't likely to get a high enough temperature. Increase the heat settings on your smartphone until you begin to see denser clouds.
It's also possible that your dry herbs aren't ground thoroughly enough, resulting in thin vapors. This is due to insufficient airflow, which means that the hot air does not contact enough surface area as it passes through the chamber. To help with equal heating distribution and greater vapor, give your herbs a more thorough ground.
5. You're encountering a great deal of draw resistance.
If this is the case, it's possible that you're overcrowding your oven. Packing is critical if you want the ideal vapor density, and over-packing makes it more difficult for the vapor to go down its airpath. When filling your chamber, only softly press down on the herb filling with the packing tool. Most vapes, like the Crafty+ and Mighty, come with a filling tool, but if not, tweezers can be used.
The second explanation for the lack of resistance is a filthy device (once again). Cleaning your vaporizer too infrequently might cause a slew of issues. Fortunately, this is a simple repair. To clean your vape, disassemble it and bathe it in isopropyl alcohol. Scrub any tough resin stains with pipe cleaners and ensure sure all pieces are completely dry before using.