When you start to use electronic cigarette, it will take you some time to deal with all problems from installation to maintenance. If things goes wrong with your e cigarette, how can you fix it? Especially the most common problem such as your battery can not work, it seems easy to deal with the issue. But in fact no practice means you can not make clear what to do next. Here is the checklist for you to fix battery problems.
Is your eCig battery charged and cleaned?
When the charge is used up, please do not forget to charge your e-cigarette battery. It will take about 3 hours to plug your battery in for charging and you have to wait until the light turns green.
If batteries lack of connection to atomizer, cartomizer or clearomiser or cause a short, the most possible reason is that too much e liquid is filled into atomizer and causes e juice leaking or no vapor. Use an ear bud dipped in alcohol to clean liquid puddle in the battery once every two weeks.
Don’t forget to clean your battery if your battery can not hold charge as used to be or have to draw harder to get it work.
Do you turn on your e cigarette battery?
If your battery is charged but still can not light on when pressed, your battery may be turned off. E cigarette battery offers an “On/Off” mode to avoid accidental discharge when you put e cigarettes on your pocket, wallet or luggage. You can press the battery button five times in successive way in order to turn on or off the battery.
Is your battery flashing?
That’s a common question. This is mostly caused by over tightening your atomizer or charger to push down the central pin of battery. And the battery will lose connection with your cartomizer.
The simple way to deal with this problem is to remove cartomizer and check the thread end of your battery carefully and use a cocktail stick or paper click to raise the center pin gently. And then screw cartomizer back.
Advanced Friendly Tips for Battery Use
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