I made a boo boo.
Okay to start this is not a issue with build quality or design of my VV from Vapor4Life, it's my own stupid mistake.
Now I like to experiment and play about with all things vaping, love it love it. So I decided to try RBA style drip feeds. For a quick explanation these are atomizers that you drip a few drops onto and vape, great flavor, great vapor, high risk and a PITA to use when out because you have to drip a few drops every few hits.
The danger of the rebuild able atty of this type is that you don't really have a well just a wick sitting there with the coil, it's very easy to over fill these and get you juice out of your air holes since they need to be close to the wick for max vapor. This is exactly what I did:(.
I put a few drops, must have put one or two too many (hey I'm new at this) and got juice down my battery. Now I notice it take a few seconds for the atomizer to fire a few the button is pushed and the device is shutting off randomly when the button is pressed. It would appear that the button is not connecting all the way and the connection is breaking intermittently. Have I killed my favorite vamping device by playing with fire on it or is there a fix for this?
Please not I already consider my warranty voided since I was not using Vapor4Life delivery systems on it, but its the only thing I have with a 510 connection, so if it requires doing something that voids warranty I accept the risk. This was not the faulty of the device it's mine.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry to hear about that Who :(
Sounds like you may have gotten juice in the button. As for a fix...I'm not sure, I'll let someone else answer that. But I do know that getting juice in the button is bad. It messes with the switch. You might want to consider experimenting with cheaper devices :question: Hang in there, it takes practice but I'm sure you'll be a pro in no time!
Thanks. Normally I would not experiment with my favorite gear, but sadly it's all I have with the common 510 thread. I might have to get some cheapo rig for testing from some other company sad, but Vapor4Life will be my home still.
Good news is that it appears to be fixing itself. Lesson learned though good gear is not for the experimenting.
Make sure to get a drip shield. For two bucks why take the chance who. ;)
Too true. Sadly I need to find one that fits this atty setup since the shop did not sell any.
Originally Posted by RoccoV
Sorry to hear that Who. Hopefully your VV makes a full recovery! :) My VV has done the random shut off thing since day 1. Heard that's pretty common with these devices.