If you are a vape owner, then you will be more than aware of just how temperamental they can be. For the most part, you don’t have to worry about having to do any repairs on your vape, but once you have knocked your vape once or burned your coil, you need to be able to figure out how to make repairs so that you aren’t just heading to a vape shop with any little problem that you may have.
Once you learn how to do basic repairs, then you will be able to easily do it in the future when you need to. Here is how to run basic repairs on your vape.
The Vape tank
One of the most important parts of your vape is the tank, this is the place where you keep your e-liquid and if you use your vape for other purposes, it is likely where you keep your cbd flower. If you encounter a problem with your vape, it is most likely going to be related to your tank. Tanks can easily be damaged if you are careless or accidentally drop them. The tanks are stronger than you may think and they simply won’t crack or anything along those lines. Instead, it is likely that your tank will loosen, which means that you may experience leaks in your vape.
If you want to tighten your vape tank, you will need to put your focus on the joints of the tank. If you see a gap between your tank and the rest of your vape, you can take a set of pliers and tighten the joints manually. You have to be sure not to tighten your joints too much as this could get in the way of the vaping process. When fixing your tank, make sure that the coil of your vape is properly fitted as it can become easily displaced, which will mean it wouldn’t work as well as you’d want.
Check your coil resistance
Something that a lot of people don’t realize when it comes to owning a vape is that your vape coils can have different resistance levels. For the most part, your resistance levels don’t really matter, but when it comes to matching up the right vape oil to your coil resistance you have to do it right. Different coils are suited to different types of e-liquids and if you don’t match yours upright, then you could easily run into coil burning which is what gives you that nasty taste when you inhale.
If you have discovered that you are getting this nasty taste quite frequently. You should then look into changing your coil and once you have changed it, be sure that you are using the right vape juice to match up with your coil. You will be able to figure out your resistance as coils with a higher resistance tend to create much less smoke, so you can then pick a vape liquid that works with that coil.