If your mod displays “No Atomizer” it’s telling you that it will no longer have any contact with the clearomizer or atomizer. On the mod you got a part called the center pin (see picture below), which is a round small area that conducts current from the battery to the evaporator. The most common reason to get the “No Atomizer”-error is due to you screwing on that clearomizer again and again and again, way to hard, every time. That leads to the center pin gradually getting pushed down, to the point that its so pushed down that it wont get in touch with the clearomizers 510 pin (see picture below).
Or you could just have really dirty connections or a worn out coil. Or both.
Okay, can I do anything about it?
- First step is always to clean the contact surfaces on the mod and the clearomizer, use slightly damp cotton swabs or similar.
- You could also have a defect coil, try replacing it.
- Sometimes the surfaces may be worn, then the solution may be to screw the clearomizer or atomizer little harder, or a little looser, so they get in touch again.
- If adjusting the clearomizer would not help, it’s time to try and adjust the center pin on the mod. Some center pin consists of a flat metal pin that X Cube 2 below has, while others have a center pin consisting of a screw. For those with a screw, well then you simply unscrew the screw a little bit. There are also clearomizers with adjustable center pins where you can screw them a little longer.
But if your clearomizer or mod does not have any screw it gets tricker. Then you’d need to grab yourself a tiny flat screwdriver and stick it down next to the center pin and the threadings. Gently push the center pin to the opposite side of the screwdriver, in a some what lifting manner. Work your way all around the center pin.