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    Dead coil?

    One of my Stardusts (few weeks old) stopped working. It makes the light on my battery flash when the button is pressed and no vapour comes out?

    Does this mean the coil head is is dead?

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    Quite possible, but also possible is the centre pin on either the battery or the StarDust has been pushed in too far by over tightening. You can test the continuity of the StarDust with a multimeter.
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    Battery works fine with other clearos. I assume it's the tank.

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    Good process of elimination!
    Do a close examination of all the parts you can see, if you've cleaned it thoroughly and can't see any issues such as a piece of conductive meteorite stuck in the 510 connector, then it'll be the coil and/or the post.


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    Weird. Took it apart, cleaned it and it's working fine again.

    Thanks for the replies.
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