How to Fix Atomizer Short & Check Atomizer Message Issues

– Atomizer short?
What does that mean?
Isn’t this one of the worst things
that you can have while you’re vaping?
Yes, yes it is. So, how do you fix it?
It’s a lot easier than you might think.
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Atomizer short, check atomizer.
These are both messages that tell you
that there is something not quite right.
This can happen with either prebuilt coils
or rebuildable coils.
Both are just as simple to fix.
Follow these steps to fix it.
And first, checking your mod.
To check your mod, you wanna
take the tank off first.
Once we have the tank off of your mod,
you wanna look at the screen
and press the fire button.
If it gives you the exact same message,
you might wanna try powering
it off and back on again.
It should resolve the problem
and you should be fine.
But if it continues to
give you that message,
even after you’ve powered
it off and back on,
there’s something wrong with your mod.
Use that tank on another mod
just to see if it’ll work.
And if it does, great.
Now, let’s stake a look at your tank.
You wanna take it apart,
at least so that you can
access the coil and the base individually.
Check the base of your tank,
specifically the 510 pin.
If it’s adjustable, it should have a slot
for either a flathead or a
Philips head screwdriver.
Should you not see one,
you should be able to
push and pull the pin
from inside the base to get it connected.
Use the appropriate tool and loosen
by twisting counterclockwise
once or twice.
The reason you wanna do this
is because the 510 pin may not
be connecting with the mod.
Reinstall the tank,
and if it works, great.
But if not, here’s what you do.
Take your tank apart so
all you have is the coil.
Pull or twist the bottom of the coil,
like you would on the 510 pin,
to hopefully make that connection.
This will make the magic happen.
But if it doesn’t, then
it’s a really sad day.
You should change the coil out
with another one in the pack.
These are the steps for fixing
a prebuilt coil atomizer short message,
but what if you have an RDA?
If you’re getting this message
with either an RDA or an RTA,
here’s what you do to fix that.
Expose the rebuildable deck
by taking the cap off and
checking the screws first.
If they’re not tightened
enough, or they’re too tight,
adjust them appropriately
and it should be good to go.
Still getting that message?
Check the 510 pin.
You should be able to adjust the 510 pin
on the base of the tank.
You’re gonna wanna loosen it
so that it connects with the mod.
If you’re still getting that
message, check your coils.
It’s possible that they’re either
connecting with the deck
or the side of the casing of the top.
Adjust the coils so they’re
not touching the deck
or change them out if they’re broken.
There you have it!
You’re vaping and enjoying the experience.
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