Vape pens are notoriously difficult to troubleshoot. This is because vape pens typically do not have an on/off switch. Once they die, they can’t be started back up with a simple reset button press. Instead, you must locate the issue and resolve it before you can use your vape pen again. Click Here https://budpop.com/vape-pen-not-working-after-charge/ for more details.
So if your battery suddenly stops working, the first step is to check the power cord and make sure it’s plugged in securely at both ends. If that doesn’t fix the problem, check for damage or airflow obstruction through the mouthpiece because this can cause a short circuit when trying to vape from your tank or cartridge.
If you can start your vape pen with the power cord but can’t get it to stay on for longer than a few seconds, there is probably an issue with your battery. The most popular vape batteries today are lithium-ion batteries. If your vaporizer battery is completely dead and won’t seem to charge no matter how long you leave it on the charger, it may be time to replace your vaporizer battery.
If you are still experiencing issues despite checking both plugs, mouthpieces, and batteries, move on to troubleshooting the atomizer or coil on the tank or cartridge. First, check the threaded connection between the cartridge or tank and battery. Make sure that the threads are not stripped. If they are, you can thread a new size or you can purchase a 510 thread adapter and use your battery with a third-party tank or cartridge.
If the threads on your battery or tank/cartridges still seem okay, then the issue is probably with your atomizer or coil. On some types of vape pens (the eGo series, for example), if the coil is broken, you may be able to replace only the coil unit instead of replacing both parts (the atomizer body and cart/tank). If this is impossible for you, we recommend replacing both parts of your plug as a best practice.
If replacing the atomizer or coil unit does not fix your problem, try replacing the wick in your coil or cartridge. It is possible that loose wicks could be causing you to burn through your e-liquid too quickly. If it’s clear that the wick is not a factor, then try taking out your battery and blowing with a hair dryer at a low setting to see if that clears things up.
In conclusion, troubleshooting is complicated and ever-changing. We suggest you bookmark this page so you can return to it as your vape pen’s problems are resolved.
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