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Wax concentrates get messy and there’s always going to be a bit of residue left over. Quality of wax can vary quite a bit and eventually this mix of residue will affect the flavor of your new wax. If you notice your vapor is tasting a bit off, it’s best to replace the coils. Here are some solutions to the most common problems our customers have experienced with their oil vaporizers.

However, there are always other problems specific to each vape. If you can’t find a solution here, contact the manufacturer or the shop where you purchased your vaporizer. Problem: I’m hitting my pen but not getting any vapor. Solution #1: Most likely, the coil or atomizer does not work – make sure the coil or atomizer is properly attached and has a good connection. Solution #2: The other cause could be a dead battery. If it still is not working, your battery could be dead. Just like wax vapes, oil vape coils and atomizers burn out and need to be replaced occasionally.

Problem: My vape is a sticky mess – While this is more common in wax vape pens, it still happens with cheap oil cartridges and cheap e liquid atomizers. Solution: Replace your atomizer, preferably with a quality one. There are plenty of options available in any vape store or dispensary. Problem: Bad or burnt taste – If you fire up an e liquid atomizer without any e liquid inside, you will likely burn the cotton wick. Solution: Once the cotton wick is burned, all your hits will taste bad. Solution #1: Check to make sure the watt output on your box mod and the required wattage on your atomizer match. Box mods usually have smart vape batteries – when you try to push 30 watts into a dry herb atomizer that only requires 10, the mod will protect your atomizer by not firing. Solution #2: Don’t overtighten the atomizer as this can damage it. It should be tightened just enough that it is secure, but still relatively easy to unscrew. If you blasted too much power through your atomizer by mistake, it could burn out the battery. These also wear out over time so you’ll need to eventually replace them. Tip: Make sure you always check the manual to make sure you understand the variable watt control before burning out an atomizer. If you fired up your e liquid atomizer when it’s empty, it will burn the wick, resulting in poor taste. If you are using concentrates, build-up of residue from old wax can also give an off-taste to whatever you load it with. Start with a fresh atomizer to get nice tasting hits again. I hope this article solved all your vape issues, but if you’re still having problems, I suggest reaching out to the manufacturer as they will have solutions to problems unique to their portable vaporizer. How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Pennsylvania April 15, 2020 Combating COVID-19 with Virtual MMJ Consultations & Telemedicine Services April 8, 2020 Emergency Use Authorization March 30, 2020. By using this website or any Compassionate Certification Centers registration tools, including phone or internet scheduling, you agree to follow our Privacy Policy and all Terms & Conditions. Our CBD products are not for use by or sale to persons under the age of 18 and should not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult with a physician before use, especially if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications. A doctor’s advice should be sought before using this and any supplemental dietary product. We make no representations that CBD products cure disease or are effective in treating certain medical conditions. CBD legislation is rapidly changing at both the Federal and State level. The information on our website and any other communication regarding legality which you may receive from any representative of CCC is for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You are advised to research local and state laws and make your own judgment when purchasing CBD in your jurisdiction. You should contact your attorney to obtain more specific guidance.

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