Strange mine didnt even have the plastic disc, anyone else had this happen ?I had a head in ass moment and contacted arizer because I was getting error 2 when trying to charge it---they nicely pointed out to me that there is a plastic disk under the battery cap that needs to be removed and tossed as the instructions clearly say--yeah I missed that part lol --SO just in case someone else pops up with that error 2 code, make sure the plastic disk is removed lol
Not sure why you getting resin/reclaim buildup on the bowl, maybe overfilling stem. Standard practice for Arizers is to not overfill the stem/bowl so there’s a slight space to the edge of the bowl to reduce the chance of contact between the herb and bowl. Some people raise the bowl off the bottom as insurance to prevent this if the bowl is filled to the edge. I have a Solo 2 and Argo, both bowls are perfectly clean like new after lots of use. I have wiped the bowls with a ISO q-tip occasionally, but I have never had any big buildups from resin/reclaim. The vapor you see from a empty bowl is the resin/reclaim baking on to the bowl or any herb crumbs that have fallen in the heater vents/holes onto the heater which will eventually become ash and be sucked out when in use. Good practice I do is after filling the bowl/stem tamp it down with you finger so the herb is not loose and no herb falls out when you overturn it. I hope this solves your problems.So I got some ISO 99,9 % but it doesnt get rid of the brown spots in oven etc, and no idea why the vapor with nothing in keeps happening after couple sessions....
Can take over half hour to clear up, this doesnt seem normal... does smell like hash though.
Likely over time, no matter what you do the oven will get so dirty it can become a health hazard, because it seems impossible to clean thoroughly.
My oven looks like new after multiple months of pretty heavy use. I just pack the stem 3/4+ full and use my fingernail to tamp it down all the way around. Flower rarely if ever touches my oven.Thanks for tips.
Im trying not to let it touch the oven and dont fill it up to much so it mostly doesnt fall down anymore.
Just wiped again with iso but cant seem to clean this off:
The holes in the oven for some reason catching alot of resin.
If its already like this after a month, its worrying how it will be in a year...
Tried scraping it off even no luck...
I'll be really careful now, and wonder how others their oven look... because it seems impossible to keep it like new after months and reviews also said it was maintenance free.