This is the second time i was vaping, everything was fine, then out of the blue, the atomizer wouldn't go off
when i let my finger off the switch (1000 mah ego bat i was using), and i had to hurry up and unscrew the cone,
then unscrew the atomizer before it burned itself out....and i'd be out 7 bucks...(1.5 ohm 306) atomizer by the way.
Anyway, i thought the battery was the problem, switch or old age , but when i tried same atomizer on another battery,
it did the same thing, would work for one click , then it would stay lite, and i had to do above action again.
II couldn't believe 2 batteries would go bad all of a sudden, so i surmised my atomizer was the culprit.
How does this happen? What is the cause ? I thought i had gotten rid of this miserable little troublemaker
but to my surprise , the evil atomizer crept back into my atomizer draw and killed a 3rd battery of mine!
Yes i should've thrown it into the sea, but i live 2 blocks from the ocean and didn't think i could chuck
it that far...lol.
Anyway, how can i prevent this 60 dollar mistake from happening again ? Is there some voltmeter,
or some atomizer voodoo doll that will tell me the things no good or shorted?...
thanks for any help.....i hate a 7 dollar item destroying 60 bucks worth of bats.