how do i know if my battery is faulty

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  1. ginette34

    ginette34 Full Member

    hi everyone im wanting to know how i would know if my battery is faulty for my ehealth cigarette do u need a certain usb charger i put mine on charge in the wall scocket left it for 8 hours as it said to do so but the green light didnt come on to say it was fully charged so i tried smoking it and just a bit of vapour came out also the end of the cig flashes which means low power i dont know what im doing wrong please help.
     
  2. zoiDman

    zoiDman My -0^10 = Nothing at All ECF Veteran

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    Do you have or know someone who has and knows how to use a Multi-Meter>

    If you, you could check the Battery to see if it is coming off the Charger with a Full Charge.
     
  3. ginette34

    ginette34 Full Member

    no i dont know anybody with a multi-meter
     
  4. ginette34

    ginette34 Full Member

    no i dont know anybody who has a multi-meter.
     
  5. zoiDman

    zoiDman My -0^10 = Nothing at All ECF Veteran

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    Then about the Only thing I can suggest is that you should try cleaning the Battery contacts with a Q-tip and maybe some Rubbing Alcohol.

    Ask your friends or some of the people you work with. I'm pretty sure you can find someone who has a meter and can check you battery for you.
     
  6. SCTony

    SCTony Super Member ECF Veteran

    Hi and welcome to ECF! Did you get any kind of flashes when you first attached the battery to the charger? Some blink to indicate it is connected to the charger. The light on my ECHO stays lit until it is finished charging and then goes out. Maybe it didn't make a good connection to the charger and never really got charged? Just an idea to consider. Cheers and Best Wishes! :)
     
  7. NoobPatrol

    NoobPatrol Account closed on request

    how long before an average 1100 battery fails on average?
     
  8. brandontrjn

    brandontrjn Super Member ECF Veteran

    It's possible you got a bad unit (either charger or battery). Contact ehealth customer service and see what they have to say about it if you haven't figured it out.
     
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