4 Common Dry Herb Vaporizer Problems And What You Can Do About Them

Dry Herb Vaporizer Problems

4 Common Dry Herb Vaporizer Problems And What You Can Do About Them

Getting your hands on a quality vape is one thing. Maintenance for continuous and long-term use is another. How about common problems vape pens are frequently plagued with?

Common Vape Pen Problems (And Their Solutions) 

1. Vape Not Heating Up? 

This one’s almost always a problem, especially for those who either use their vapes beyond “frequently” (you know what we mean. *wink) or those who still have the warranty of said cannabis tool fresh and crisp (you also know what we mean. *wink, wink). 

Regarding the earlier scenario, it could very well be an issue with the atomizer coils. These babies are the core of the heating chamber. The oven’s coils are energy-converters, from the vape’s batteries to its heating framework. 

Secondly, if your vape pen has incurred quite a number of years on its sleeve, it’s possible that its coils are worn down-and-out. There’s no way to and around it but to buy a new vaporizer. On the other hand, it may also be a matter of battery charging and/or fitting. 

Batteries of vapes with a digital and/or LED display will be easier to monitor. For those that don’t, what you can do is turn on the apparatus and let its battery run out on its own. Then, charge it to full. 

2. Little To Nill Draw 

In a different blog, we’ve mentioned tips you can follow to ensure that you draft dry herbs or concentrates effectively. In case you’re following said tips to a T and are still getting little to zero “draw”, it could be a problem with a few key parts of the vaporizer. 

Inspect the mouthpiece. It may be wrongly connected, thus, permitting Vapour to escape in its misjoined and/or loose rims. Another reason may point towards old, malfunctioning coils. If this is so, go back to number 2. It’s probably time to purchase a new device. 

Check out Getfurna and learn what you can do when faced with these vape issues.

3. Short-Lived Vaporizers (Storage Tip)

More often than not, short-lived vaporizers are measurable based on 2 factors: their quality and their upkeep. With quality, read about our say on what features to look out for, for calibre vapes. As for upkeep, here’s a to-do for storage. 

Though these gadgets run on a heating mechanism, the irony is that they are to be stored away from heat, sunlight, and humid areas. The same rule is to be applied for cannabis concentrates and herbs. 

Warm storage compartments and direct sunlight may negatively impact the heating coils as well as the vape’s battery by shortening their shelf-life. The same variables can affect the taste or flavour of herbs and concentrates. 

“Room temperature” is the safest environment for your marijuana-related tools and products. 

4. Leaks And Dust

This one isn’t common knowledge but it sure will make a difference in maintaining your vaporizer properly. In storage, let the vape pen stand upright, with the mouthpiece at the top (right-side-up). 

Laying the device on its side could lead to leaks that will eventually damage the oven (especially for concentrate-vapes). Additionally, it might increase the likelihood of said device collecting dust and debris in its interior faster. 

Finally, as an extra precaution, every-after cleaning and drying your vape, store it in a sealed container. 

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4 Common Dry Herb Vaporizer Problems And What You Can Do About Them

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