The Easy Valve system is a pretty bulletproof system, and rarely needs much care.  It normally comes with a set of six bags, and extra o-ring, a liquid pad, and replacement screens. In today’s video we break it down for cleaning.   Lets see how to disassemble and clean the fill chamber, the only part that could ever really need cleaning.  If your bag has issues, just replace it.

Its all pretty simple, just remove the o-ring from the top portion of the chamber, and the stainless portion can now pop out of the plastic.  Using the wooden hand end of the brush, push the screen out from behind, and then do the same on the bottom portion of the chamber.

Again on the bottom portion of the fill chamber push up the stainless portion from the bottom.  Caution, there are three small metal spring clips that could call out.  You should have replacements should you lose one.  

Clean all the parts in isopropyl alcohol, 91% if you can find it, but 70% will still work.  Stubborn stuck ons will dissolve if left to soak. Don’t use the brush for this, I would use an old toothbrush if you really need to, but I doubt you will.  

Press the chamber bottom’s stainless piece back in until it clicks, then turn it over and insert the metal clips as shown.  They will click into place when fully seated.  Replace your screen if needed and push them into the top and bottom pieces until they are seated in the screen indentations.   If you push too far just try again.  Reassemble the top portion of the fill chamber and check your bags valve for any issues.

Put the fully assembled fill chamber bag on top of the volcano and check everything for a good fit, if everything seems okay load it up  for a job well done.  

 

Video Transcript:

 

Hey eveybody, Vapeologist here with a  tutorial of sorts on maintaining your easy valve system for the volcano vaporizer.  This is a pretty bulletproof system, and rarely needs much care.  It normally comes with a set of six bags, and extra o-ring, a liquid pad, and replacement screens. Lets see how to disassemble and clean the fill chamber, the only part that could ever need cleaning.  If your bag has issues, just replace it.

Its all pretty simple, just remove the o-ring from the top portion of the chamber, and the stainless portion can now pop out of the plastic.  Using the wooden hand end of the brush, push the screen out from behind, and then do the same on the bottom portion of the chamber.

Again on the bottom portion of the fill chamber push up the stainless portion from the bottom.  Caution, there are three small metal spring clips that could call out.  You should have replacements should you lose one.  

Clean all the parts in isopropyl alcohol, 91% if you can find it, but 70% will still work.  Stubborn stuck ons will dissolve if left to soak. Don’t use the brush for this, I would use an old toothbrush if you really need to, but I doubt you will.  

Press the chamber bottom’s stainless piece back in until it clicks, then turn it over and insert the metal clips as shown.  They will click into place when fully seated.  

Replace your screen if needed and push them into the top and bottom pieces until they are seated in the screen indentations.   If you push too far just try again.  

Reassemble the top portion of the fill chamber and check your bags valve for any issues.

Put the fully assembled fill chamber bag on top of the volcano and check everything for a good fit, if everything seems okay load it up  for a job well done.  

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