Here are the parts of a JUUL: Mouthpiece Absorbent pad Air path Wick housing Metal contacts Wick and coil assembly Tank/JUUL pod Battery Pressure sensor Cap (bottom) If you want to learn all about JUUL’s parts, including their names and functions, then this article is for you. Let’s get started! #1 Mouthpiece This is the end where you inhale your vapor from. Mouthpieces are the main point of your interaction with a JUUL. Sadly, JUUL pen is a totally sealed environment, so you can’t easily replace the mouthpiece if you want to. It is meant to be discarded once it runs out of e-liquid. Because the product isn’t designed to last long, the mouthpiece isn’t intended to be replaceable either. #2 Absorbent Pad The absorbent pads are small cotton pads inside the JUUL just beneath the mouthpiece. These pads absorb any droplets coming through with the vapor. This ensures that your vapor is clean and without any pesky droplets. You can actually replace these with regular cotton balls for those of you who like to open their JUUL pens, and they will work just the same. Or you could also set them out to dry and then put them inside. #3 Air Path The Airpath is the cylindrical passage through which the vapor travels towards the mouthpiece. This is connected to the tank cap through which the vapor travels to the absorbent pads. The absorbent pads absorb any stray droplets before the vapor reaches the user via the mouthpiece. The Air Path gives the vapor a proper airflow channel to go towards the user. The Air Path design allows the JUUL pen to be more consistent with each puff because the inhaler has a constant volume. Each puff contains a similar volume of vapor depending on how long the puff is. This is also sometimes known as the chimney. #4 Wick Housing Wick is the material that absorbs the e-liquid
Unlike e-cigarettes that you use until they run out, vape mods are made up of parts that you can replace over time. Vape mods have 10 parts which include the drip tip, top lid, glass tube/tank, atomizer/coil, atomizer, housing, bottom base, display screens, power button, function keys, and micro USB port.
Whether you have lost your vape charger or broken it, you have 6 options to charge your vape without its original charger: use a phone charger, use a portable power bank, plug your vape into a desktop or laptop, use an external battery charger, replace your mods batteries, or charge your vape with a DIY charger.
Before tossing your vape into the bin, here are some troubleshooting steps that you can apply and fix the not-charging issue: verify that the vape itself is the problem, try an external battery charger, replace your mod’s batteries, adjust the vape’s connection plate, get out your soldering iron, and replace your vape.