Why does my Smok vape say check atomizer?

Why does my Smok vape say check atomizer?

Why does my Smok vape say check atomizer?

If you press the firing button on your e-cig and you see the message ‘no atomizer’ or ‘check atomizer’ it means that your vape mod is not reading the coil within your vape tank properly. It can be because of the 510 connection, the vape coil itself or the bits in between.

How do I fix check atomizer Smok?


  1. Clean all contacts on battery/mod, tank or pod.
  2. Remove and reinstall the coil (after cleaning)
  3. Try a new coil.
  4. Check the 510 pin and see if you can adjust it (mods/tanks)
  5. Try another tank on your mod.
  6. Try another mod with your tank.
  7. Adjust base of coil carefully if you can (mainly sub-Ohm coils)

Why does my RPM 2 Say No atomizer?

A connection issue can be caused by a variety of reasons. You could have accidentally dropped your device, one of the two pins inside the connection area can be stuck due to dirt or grime, or you could have a coil that isn’t functioning properly.

How do you fix Ohms too high Smok?

SMOK Ohms Too High or Too Low Typically, pairing the proper SMOK-branded coils with your SMOK device is the easiest way to fix this problem. If you’re working with a rebuildable atomizer (RBA), the resistance of your coils may be too high or low. Adjusting the resistance will usually clear the error.

How do I fix atomizer short?

How to fix an “Atomizer short” warning:

  1. Place batteries on an external charger to ensure they’re both charging properly.
  2. For rebuildable atomizer users (RDA/RTA), make sure the coil is not touching the cap or deck and contains no breaks in your coil.
  3. For tank users, make sure the coil is properly screwed in.

How do you fix atomizer resistance?

Here is a checklist of things to do:

  1. Take the atomizer off of the mod.
  2. Tighten the coil all the way. It could be that the coil is loose.
  3. Check the 510 connection, and thoroughly clean the threading of the mod and atomizer with a q-tip.
  4. Make sure the 510 connection makes contact with the mod.

Why does my vape mod keep saying Check atomizer?

If your mod is reading the new tank correctly, it could be a problem with the coil on your other tank. You might also want to clean the contact points on the tank that was giving you the error. If your mod is still reading “check atomizer” with a new tank, it’s probably a problem with your mod.

How do you fix No atomizer or check atomizer?

Clean the base of your coil, making sure that the area that will be making contact with the atomizer base is completely dry. Reconnect the coil to the atomizer base. Make sure that the coil is screwed in tightly to the atomizer base. Often times this connection becomes loose without your knowledge which causes the message to appear.

Where is the 510 pin on a vape tank?

Fortunately, sometimes it’s an easy fix. If you can unscrew the base of your tank then do so. Inside the bottom section of the tank (usually the airflow control ring) there should be a plate. Push this plate down from the inside so that the 510 pin is sticking out again from the bottom of the tank.

Why is there No atomizer on my coil?

Unscrew your atomizer head (coil) from the atomizer base. Usually the reason for “No Atomizer Found” is because you atomizer base is not making direct contact with your coil. This is hard to realize at first because this usually happens completely randomly.