It’s no secret that disposable vape are becoming more and more popular. They are great for new vapers because they are convenient, simple, and easy to use.
Some new users often encounter some problems when using these vapes, but don’t know how to solve them. Here are quick solutions to 7 common disposable vape problems. Hope this helps.
Disposable vape do not hit
If it is a brand new disposable vape, you can check its vents first. Make sure the device’s vents are open. After checking the air inlet, your disposable vape still keeps going out. It may contain manufacturing defects. The easiest option is to return the device and purchase a new one.
If your disposable vape stops producing vapor after a while of use, it may be time to replace it. Keep in mind that disposable vape are designed to stop working when the battery dies, mostly for safety reasons. Likewise, disposable vape pens with automatic temperature limits may stop producing vapor if the wick dries out. In either case, it’s time for new equipment.
Grunting, leaking or spitting
The mouthpiece makes a gurgling sound the first time you use a new device. Because the e-liquid is trapped in this narrow air channel. Air passes through the elongated airflow channel from the atomizer coil to the mouthpiece. You may hear a gurgling sound while smoking, and you may also notice some e-liquid leaking from the hole in the top of the device.
The reason why you may experience these problems when smoking is because you inhale too hard while smoking on the device. You are actually drawing the e-juice from the wick of the device into the airflow channel. Thankfully, the solution to this problem is very simple: don’t inhale too hard. If you smoke a disposable vape as hard as you would a cigarette, you will almost certainly end up leaving e-liquid in your mouth. Instead, simply inhale as hard as you can to get the device to create steam.
Disposable Vape light flashes
Does your disposable Vape flicker and produce no vapor when you smoke? If this is the case, the battery voltage is low. As a result, the vape’s protective circuit is triggered to prevent an unsafe load on the battery. In this case, it’s time to replace the device. Of course, if your device supports charging, it means you should charge it.
An important thing to remember when purchasing disposables is that the number of puffs specified in the device packaging is only an approximation. If you use your Vape continuously without giving the device time to cool down, or if you take long, deep puffs each time you vape, you will use more battery power than the average user. In this case, you won’t get the exact number of puffs advertised on the package.
Getting a Burnt Flavor or Dry Hit
Before dealing with this issue, we need to understand the principle of vaping briefly. A vape device has a heating coil wrapped around a silica or cotton wick. When you smoke the device, the e-liquid that comes into contact with the heating coil evaporates. For a moment, the part of the wick in close contact with the heating coil is dry. It takes a few seconds for the e-liquid in the wick to redistribute. If you continue to vape without giving the e-liquid enough time to resaturate the wick, you will experience a “dry hit” that you will interpret as a burnt taste.
To prevent a burnt smell from your vape, you should avoid vaping continuously. After each puff, wait a few seconds before puffing again. Liquids in disposable equipment are injected and sealed in advance. If this problem keeps happening, then I suggest you get a new device.
Weak Hits or No Flavor
Some disposable puff bars have automatic temperature sensing. The temperature sensor prevents vapes from developing a burnt flavor when the wick dries out and causes the device to produce minimal clouds. If you experience a weak or no flavor when using your vape stick, you may be smoking too quickly and not giving the device’s wick enough time to resaturate between puffs.
Is your disposable vape still getting a weak hit even if your puff speed is slow? The nicotine concentration you use may not be suitable for your needs. If a higher nicotine strength is available, give it a try.
Sometimes, your disposable vape may produce a weak hit or no hit at all because air bubbles or blockages disrupt the airflow in the device. To fix this, you can turn your vape upside down (with the mouthpiece facing down) and tap it a few times on a solid surface. This can help expel air bubbles or clear any blockages in the container.
Finally, there are the limitations of disposable vape equipment. The structure of disposable vape equipment lacks the huge body and power supply of Modss equipment, so its vapor is destined not to be very large. If you need large vapor, it is recommended that you try a mod kit.
LED screen not working
Some newer disposable vape are equipped with LED screens that can display battery and liquid content if the LED screen has dimmed. Or it is not displayed, please check the battery power first. You just need to fully charge your vape, which is fine. But if it’s fresh out of the box and the screen is still black, that’s not good news. There is something wrong with vape themselves. It’s time to contact the vape store and ask for a refund or replacement.
Failed to Adjust Wattage
Some disposable Vape are equipped with a power adjustment function to meet different needs. If the adjustment function is not available, please first confirm whether the power is sufficient. This may be due to low battery power. There may also be a problem with the disposable product itself, such as a defect or malfunction, in which case I suggest you contact the manufacturer. They can help determine if this is a simple fix or if you need a replacement.
*We do not recommend that anyone disassemble and repair a vape containing vape fluid and batteries. No matter which one leaks, it will cause you trouble.