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#1 (permalink)      7/15/2014 2:56:35 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I've purchased 3 of this evod kit. and 1 of this cable.
The thing is, I put every ego batty in both chargers that came with the 3 kits and the led is green in the start. With this charging cable I bought, the light is red in the start. The kits arrived today, so I don't know if the battys are full charged or not. I don't know if the 3 cables that came with the 3 kit's are broken or if this cable is broken. What should I do?
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Discharge a battery (by vaping - enjoy).
Then when the battery needs charging, re-test chargers. Repeat, as needed.
(you now have multiple batteries and chargers, so it is unlikely for them all to be DOA. So, chances are good you'll be able to vape ...)

(sometimes eGo-type chargers can be finicky in terms of contact being made, and status lights on some of mine bear no relation to actual battery state. When re-testing, label each charger with a sticker - this makes it easier to track notes...)
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Thanks mate!
I will try it again when I finish the first batty.
Also, is there some "process" that I need to do with the evod coils before give the first vape? Like dry burn it?

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not really. just let them soak-in the ejuice well (i.e. wait a few minutes). then enjoy...
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Ok!
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I had this before on a couple of my chargers. It could be the centre pins on the charger (or the ego) that is not making contact, You can lightly prise these out a bit with a small screw driver, Not too much though as the wires are very frail.
Also, another thing I used to have to do was, while the battery was plugged in, sometimes i'd have to push the button once in order to get it to charge. Not sure why this was and only occacionally happened and usually on the cheap chinese chargers
I never asked for this
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One thing I noticed. This charge cable, the one that stay only in red, when I take it out the wall and press the power button of the battery, it powers up the wall adapter (red light). It doesn't happen with the 3 cables/wall adapters that came with the kits, only with the charge cable.

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Here is in the case of the three cables that came with the 3 kits:


And here is the separated charge cable (the one of the post):