PAX is displaying your current temperature setting -- this means the internal sensor inside PAX that detects whether or not your mouthpiece is inserted, is having a bit of trouble reading the mouthpiece as being in the “ON” position. The sensor then tells your PAX to stop heating, just in case you’re cleaning your device.
When the sensor isn’t detecting your mouthpiece, PAX’s mouthpiece lubricant is the answer. The lubricant cleans the internal sensor and helps prevent build-up. The lubricant should be applied after each cleaning when it gets wiped away.
Regularly soaking the mouthpiece in isopropyl alcohol and applying mouthpiece lubricant is one of the best ways to ensure your PAX continues to perform in top vape-shape.
Before contacting PAX Support, soak your mouthpiece and apply mouthpiece lubricant per our instructions. You should be back to plooming in no time!
Order PAX mouthpiece lubricant directly through our web store.
How to Apply PAX Lubricant
If you still have trouble:
- Please send us a support request.