All E-Cigarettes are considered consumables, and therefore subject to wear and tear, however, maintenance can increase the life of your parts.
The eGo style batteries are pre charged when you receive them.
Charging the eGo style Battery & Cleaning
When the initial charge is used up, charge the battery, until the light turns green on your charger (this takes about 3 hours), or if your charger hasn't got an indication light, leave it on charge for about 3 hours.
Keep the battery connections dry as any liquid puddle or dried liquid in the battery will cause a lack of connection to the atomiser/ clearomiser/ cartomiser or charger.
This will cause you to automatically draw harder, to get it to work and is harsh on the atomiser/ clearomiser/ cartomiser, or worst case, couse a short in the battery.
This also can cause for too much liquid to be dumped into the atomiser, causing the atomiser to get hot, leak or not produce any vapour.
Use an ear bud to clean out the connection, as this the easiest way, especially around the threads.
Once every two weeks, take an ear bud dipped in alcohol, and thoroughly wipe out the battery connection to remove any dried liquid.
If you have been noticing your batteries are not holding their charge like they used to, they probably need cleaned.
Also don't forget to clean the charger connection with a dry cloth or ear bud.
My eGo battery does not work when I attach my atomiser to it, but works when nothing is attached to it, Is it actually broken?
The battery not working, or flashing, is the circuits’ way to tell you there is something wrong.
It could be something as simple, as the centre pin having been pushed down, causing the battery not to function properly
This is a known issue with eGo style batteries, often caused by over tightening the atomiser/ clearomiser/ cartomiser on to the battery, but you can easily solve this problem by:
This is a quick & easy fix for the most common issues with an eGo style battery
And dont Forget NEVER leave your Battery on charge over NIGHT