Today, Wellon want to discuss Troubleshooting Tips for Condensation Factor Resulting Vape Leak.
Yes, this is a very little factor for Vape, but it’s important.
Read on, Vape on.
Why can you hear a gurgling when you Vaping?
The gurgling is caused by the liquid mixing with air, a bit like when you suck.
You should clean the atomizer and connection and then take one vape and leave it for.
If it is inside the 510 connectors, then this is caused by liquid exiting the tank through.
This is not a lot of e-liquid, but it will build up over time.
That’s why, even when there are no clear signs of leaking from the connections on your atomizer and no gurgling to indicate you’re flooding your coil, you may still notice e-liquid has leaked through onto your device’s connection.
Why E-juice Condensation Factor Resulting Vape Tank Leak?
It’s hard to inhale all the vapor you produce when you press the fire button and take a puff, and any remaining vapor will eventually condense into your center tube or mouthpiece.
Condensation Factor Resulting Vape Tank Leak
The Condensation Factor is ignored by most vapors.
And there’s one source of leaking you can do little about.
Minimise Condensation with Long Draws
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How to Handle Condensation Factor Resulting Vape Tank Leak?
To minimise this happening:
- inhale as soon as you fire up your e-cig
- take your finger off the fire button when you have finished inhaling
You can also clear any accumulated e-liquid out of the tube by removing your Clearomizers, putting a paper towel below the point that connects to the battery and blowing firmly through the mouthpiece.