Over tightening your vape tank does not necessarily result in better attachment or performance; all that it can do is cause problems when you want to detach it from its position. Your tank can get stuck from two positions – where the tank is attached to the vape or at the point where the tank is connected with the coil/atomizer.
The remedy depends on the type of problem you’re experiencing. You can use different methods to solve it, but you must be careful to avoid breaking the tank. You’re advised to take all your stresses and steam on something else, relax, and then come back to fix the problem.
Vapes are always great until you realize that they require constant maintenance. As you use your device and add vape flavor regularly, the reservoir (tank) suffers from the remnants left by vape flavors.
This may result in an array of problems like a leaking and overheating tank, burnt taste, as well as a jammed or stuck tank. A jammed tank is one of the worst experiences you’ll never wish to encounter. It usually occurs as a result of over-tightening, bad threading, or incapacity to perfectly grip the vape tank and swivel it open.
For most of us, the obvious things we do when we tinker with our vapes are refilling when the tank dries, cleaning, charging dead batteries, and changing faulty batteries. For those who have been in the game for some time, we rebuild our own coils, and this can be included in the list. But at other times, we need to detach the whole tank and atomizer for “general” cleaning.
At this point, things might not be as rosy as you would have expected when it happens that you have a jammed vape tank. No matter how strong your swivel and turn, the thing just won’t dislodge. Here, you get soaked in sweat and pitch curses, but nothing happens. When this happens, don’t stress yourself, there’re plenty of solutions to your problem.