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Disposable vape pens are designed for easy use, even for vapers that don't have experience using them. However, like any other equipment, they can suffer malfunctions and need some intervention to continue working properly.
If it's your first time using a disposable vape pen, and it is giving problems, this guide will walk you through different common disposable vape pen problems, how to troubleshoot and fix them.
Getting no hits from your disposable vape pens is the most commonly reported problem. Most vapour report not being able to get any vapour even when the power LED blinks. There are several reasons that could cause this problem:
No e-liquid – When your disposable vape pen stops hitting, the first thing you should check is the e-liquid level wildly when the power LED is still blinking. Running out of e-liquid is the most common reason for not getting hits. Disposable pens come with a pre-set amount of vape liquid that will last for a certain number of puffs. After the vape liquid runs out, you cannot get any hits.
Dead battery – If you still have some e-liquid left inside the pen, it’s possible the vape battery is dead. This is usually the case if the power LED is not blinking. Sometimes the device might allow you to get one or two puffs on a low battery if you let it rest for several hours. In most cases, the disposable pens are designed with a battery that will outlast the e-liquid supply. So, if the battery is out, it is possible the vape liquid supply is almost depleted as well.
Insensitive airflow sensor – If you’re using a draw-activated disposable vape pen, it is possible the airflow sensor is obstructed by condensation. Although it sounds like a unique problem, it is quite common. The best way around this problem is to vape with one of your fingers around one of the inlet vents. This increases the airflow pressure and might get the sensors up and working again.
The device has never worked – If it has never worked since you purchased it, it could be a factory defect. Sometimes, you can fix some of the problems quickly with the right tools instead of shipping the device back to the factory and waiting for a long time for a replacement while you need the replacement now. This fix works for most rectangular vape devices. Use a pair of tweezers to remove the mouthpiece of the device. Under the mouthpiece is the cotton pad. If the cotton looks clustered, remove it and place it aside, then check the rubber stopper. There's a hole that leads directly inside the device. Check if the hole is blocked. Remove the stopper and readjust.
You can also use a wooden toothpick to open up the hole. In most cases, the delivery will work perfectly after the hole is reopened.
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