Vape mods are advanced e-cig devices that feature more customization and features than standard vape pens. They’re also a lot more complex, which means they’re prone to breaking.
If you have a vape mod and notice that it’s not producing vapor or the atomizer isn’t heating up, you may have a broken or defective device. Fortunately, fixing these common problems is easy if you know where to look. Read on to learn how to fix a no atomizer or no vapor problem on your vape mod.
First, let’s address the issue of no atomizer. If you’ve tried everything on this list and still can’t get your atomizer to work, your atomizer may be broken. It’s a good idea to have a few extra atomizers on hand. A broken atomizer will not only prevent you from vaping, it will also cause the rest of your vape parts to break down more quickly. If you’re not sure whether the atomizer is broken or if it’s something else, you can test it by taking it out of your vape pen and placing it in a glass of water. If there’s no bubbling after a few minutes, it’s broken. If you’re using a sub ohm tank, you can check by removing the coil head and seeing if there’s any liquid inside. If there is, then your atomizer is working.
Next, let’s talk about a common issue that causes no vapor: steam. If you have a sub ohm vape pen, there’s a chance you’ll experience steam instead of vapor while you vape. This is especially common among first-time sub ohm users. Steam is caused by excessive amounts of e-liquid being drawn into the coil. The easiest way to fix this is to reduce the amount of e-liquid you’re using. You can do this by choosing a dripper instead of a tank or adjusting your vaping settings. While you’re troubleshooting the no vapor issue, keep in mind that it’s possible you have a partially clogged atomizer. To fix this, you’ll need to remove your atomizer, give it a good cleaning, and then replace it.
Identifying the Problem
If you’ve tried everything listed above and your vape mod still isn’t working, there may be an issue with the battery. The easiest way to tell if the problem is with the battery or your atomizer is to use another battery. If you have another mod and can use that, too, that would be even better. If neither of these solutions work, it’s possible the issue is with the wiring in your mod. If you’re using a regulated mod, you should see a red light when you’re pressing the fire button and a green light when the device is fully charged. If you see a red light when you press the fire button and the mod does not charge, there’s a chance the wiring in your mod is broken or disconnected. You can fix this by removing the mod and gently re-connecting the wires on your mod. You can also try to re-solder the wires.
Fixing the Issue
If you’ve determined that you have a broken atomizer or no battery power, your best bet is to replace your parts. This will save you a lot of trouble in the long run and prevent your device from breaking down completely. For a broken atomizer, you’ll need to find a replacement coil head. If you have a sub ohm tank, you’ll need to buy a new coil head. For a broken battery, you’ll need to buy a new mod. If you’re not sure which parts you need, consult your mod manufacturer’s website. If you don’t know where to start, check out our vape parts guide to find the right parts for your vape mod.
Check Your Atomizer and Coils
If everything seems to be in working order, it’s possible you’re simply out of juice. To fix this, you’ll need to re-fill your tank, though it’s a good idea to clean the coils before you do. You can clean your coils by removing the tank from your mod, removing the coils, and placing them in a cup of isopropyl alcohol. You can also clean them by wrapping a paper towel around a cotton swab and dipping it in isopropyl alcohol. Next, you’ll want to fill your tank with e-juice and then reassemble it.
Vape mods are a convenient way to vape, but they’re not without their issues. If you have no atomizer or no battery power, you’ll need to troubleshoot the issue before you can start vaping again. In most cases, the problem is easy to fix, but it’s also easy to overlook. If you’re having issues with your vape mod, it’s important to identify the problem before deciding what to do next.