The CE4 clearomizer produces a smooth flavor and large vapor, but without the proper care, the atomizer can eventually become clogged and cause a number of issues. When the clearomizer stops producing vapor or the liquid begins to change color, it may not necessarily mean that it is time to dispose of the CE4.
Why is the CE4 E-Juice Turning Brown?
It is not uncommon for e-juice to mature over time, which may be the reason why the juice has turned a dark brown or black color. Certain flavors and mixes will cause the liquid to darken as well. The color change may also be a result of old e-juice liquid mixing with new liquid. When refilling the CE4, leftover e-juice that has not been vaporized will remain in the tank and become concentrated over time. These particles can cause the new e-juice to appear darker.
Regardless of the cause, a good cleaning should remedy the problem. Rinse the CE4 under tap water, blow out the excess water and then allow it to dry completely for 24 hours.
Why is the CE4 Clearomizer Not Producing Vapor?
There are a few reasons why the CE4 clearomizer may stop producing vapor. In most cases, this is a clear sign that it is time to dispose of the clearomizer and purchase a new one. The CE4 is disposable and typically lasts between two and three weeks. However, there are some users that are able to get one to two months of use out of their CE4 with careful care and cleaning.
On the other hand, the CE4 might just need a good cleaning. Over time, build-up can accumulate inside the atomizer, which can prevent the device from producing vapor. It may also produce an unpleasant burnt taste. Cleaning the CE4 will eliminate the build-up and allow vapor to be released.