Wax cartridges are an essential part of any vaping experience. These nifty little devices allow you to enjoy waxy concentrates without having to deal with the mess and inconvenience of using a dab rig. But like anything else in the vaping world, there are a few things that you need to know before jumping in and buying one.
If you’re new to vaping or have been at it for a while, you might have heard about wax cartridges. The cart not hitting with wire is one of the most common issues with these devices, but it’s not the only one.
The cart not hitting with wire is caused by several factors, but most often, it’s due to a build-up of residue on the coil. It can be caused by using poor-quality wax or oils or simply by not cleaning the cartridge regularly. If you’re having trouble getting your cart to hit with wire, try cleaning it with a bit of isopropyl alcohol. Soak a cotton ball in the alcohol to clean the coil and the inside of the cartridge. Before using it again, make sure everything is arid.
There are a Few Common FAQs Related to Wax Cartridges:
1. When You Take a Hit, Why Does It Taste Burnt?
The issue means that your battery is too hot, and you need to let it cool off for about 30 seconds before hitting again. If this always happens when you use the same cartridge with other batteries, then maybe the cartridge’s resistance value doesn’t match your battery’s voltage/wattage output. In this case, try a cartridge with a lower resistance value.
2. What Should You Do If Your Wax Pen Doesn’t Work?
The cause of the issue is a low battery, the cartridge not being inserted correctly, or the pen is unable to charge. First, try recharging your wax pen, and if that doesn’t work, check to see if the cartridge is placed correctly into the enclosure. If still, this is the case, you should purchase a new battery.
3. Why Won’t Your Wax Pen Hit?
The battery and cartridge may not be making proper contact, the cartridge might be defective, or your atomizer coil may have burned out. Check to see if you can pull up on the mouthpiece to create better contact with your cartridge. If this doesn’t help, you might need to replace the atomizer coil.
4. You Just Got a Wax Pen, and It Doesn’t Work; What to Do?
You can try a few things: make sure you insert the cartridge correctly, recharge the battery, or replace the atomizer coil. If none of the solutions work, you may need to contact the manufacturer.
5. Why Does Your Wax Pen Battery Blink?
The issue means that your device needs to charge, there is a connection issue between the battery and cartridge, or the atomizer coil has burned out. Try setting your device for about 30 minutes before using it. If you’ve already tried this, then reinsert the cartridge into the wax pen and see if the issue persists. Finally, replace the atomizer coil if all else fails.
6. Can You Use a Wax Cartridge with Your Vape Pen?
It depends on the type of vape pen you have. Some cells are designed explicitly with cartridges, while others are not. If the vape pen doesn’t have a built-in atomizer, it is incompatible with wax cartridges. If it does, make sure the atomizer can handle waxy concentrates. Lastly, if you purchase wax cartridges with a ceramic rod atomizer (instead of coils), be careful not to damage the rod during use.
Therefore, wax cartridges are a great way to enjoy your favorite wax concentrates. Still, like with any other technology, there can be some other FAQs regarding the problems that come up from time to time.