How to Fix a Leaking Clearomiser
Leaky clearomisers used to be common problem, but with advances in technology and more quality control, you really shouldn’t be having this problem in 2015.
- Check that the clearomiser is correctly fitted – Make sure that you have not cross threaded the clearomiser and that it is fully attached to the battery. Make sure you give your clearomiser a half turn anti clockwise before attaching it to a battery/clearomiser.
- Ensure that you have not left the clearomiser in a hot or cold place – if you have, leave in a place with a cool, regular temperature.
- Check for cracks
- Check that the o-ring is not damaged
- Bad clearomiser – If you’ve checked that your clearomiser is correctly fitted, you may want to change the brand of clearomiser that you are using. As mentioned above, leaking was a common problem, but most modern clearomisers do not suffer from this problem. We would recommend the Aspire CE5 BVC as a good starting point at only £5.99 and coming with cheap replacement coils.
For more information see: The Ultimate Guide to Clearomisers | Clearomiser 101 (Infographic) | 15 Common Clearomiser Mistakes (and how to fix them)