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Blinking blue light, battery fully charged

sbresbre Posts: 104Member ✭✭
edited February 2012 in New Members Start Here
What is going on when my battery starts blinking, but when I plug it up to charge it indicates that it is already fully charged?  i noticed this on a couple of carts, but when I changed them the light did not blink anymore.  The carts were new.  Do I have a bad connect or what?


  • anthony_john1anthony_john1 Posts: 694Member
    I'd start with a battery reset. There is a tread here on how to do that.
  • DixieDixie Posts: 6,230V2 Veteran
    Battery Reset then put on charger for a few hours.  If that doesn't work call CS...exactly what my standard auto is doing...and its being replaced
  • anthony_john1anthony_john1 Posts: 694Member
    I wouldn't expect a bad batt/cart connection to cause the battery to blink
  • sbresbre Posts: 104Member ✭✭
    How do you reset battery?  And how often should you clean them?  I have only been vaping for 3 weeks. Thanks

  • sbresbre Posts: 104Member ✭✭

  • RoadRunnerRoadRunner Posts: 688Member
    I tend to clean them probably a couple times a week but then I refill and reuse my cartridges. If you haven't cleaned it I would do so and then reset the battery if it's an auto battery. To reset, blow into the threaded end of the battery 5 or 6 times, then give a full charge of 4 hrs (regardless if light is red or green) and try again. If nothing call CS or request an online chat with CS monday from the main website. I had one bad out of the box and it took two replacements for me but they will take care of it.
  • sbresbre Posts: 104Member ✭✭
    Thanks @ RoodRunner, and yes they are both auto.  They both did this, and they are fairly new, not a month yet.  I just did one, will use my e-cig while I wait LOL

  • silversplodesilversplode Posts: 127Member
    Sounds like the connection on the charger might be bad. Try pulling the center post of the charger out a little bit.
  • sbresbre Posts: 104Member ✭✭
    Is that the same as putting the end of paperclip in cartridge to pull out a little?  I had to do that for a cart that was not hitting.
  • VaperManVaperMan Posts: 238Member

    Not sure if this will fix it, but I had a battery that wouldn't charge. The metal contacts on the battery and charger had a film of stuff on them; they looked clean but weren't. Used a q-tip w/ rubbing alcohol on it to clean the contact points on the battery and charger and it worked fine after that. 

  • sbresbre Posts: 104Member ✭✭
    Thanks VaperMan, I will try this.
  • VaperManVaperMan Posts: 238Member
    Hope it works for you; let us know what happens...
  • MurphMurph Posts: 728Member
    @sbre....What @VaporMan said....yes I had to do the same a couple times already it worked for me, unplug charger from usb first before cleaning with alcohol. Let it dry before connecting. :)
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