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  eGo-C: How to assemble the eGo-C?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:50 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

To assemble, first insert the atomizer head into the atomizer base of battery. Insert atomizer body into atomizer base and lock it in the clockwise direction. Next, push the tank cartridge straight into the atomizer cone; make sure that the tank cartridge is in the correct place. Lastly, eGo-C adopts auto-induction method which can be inhaled directly.

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  eGo-C: How to lengthen the working life of the atomizer?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:49 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

Please refill the cartridge timely and clean the atomizer timely.

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  eGo-C: How to maintain the atomizer?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:48 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

If you experience high heat during product use, discontinue us temporarily until it cools enough to hold comfortably. If the coil in the Atomizer Head is dry, you may experience burning taste. Please ensure there is enough liquid in the Atomizer Head in order to remove the unpleasant taste.

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  eGo-C: What’s the function of the eGo-C upgrade battery?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:48 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

This Joyetech upgrade battery has two modes to switch. One is the constant voltage output mode which is what we have used before. Another is variable voltage output mode.

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  eGo-C: What’s the special features of Joye eGo-C battery
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:48 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

The joye eGo-C battery is a new power display battery. When the battery power is over 50%, the LED is white; When the battery power is between 10% and 50%, the battery LED is sky blue; When the battery power is below 10%, the battery is blue. It has a constant output of 3.3V and has safety protection. It has strengthened short circuit protection and over discharge protection based on eGo-T batteries and there is a device inside to prevent overcharging. When the battery is fully charged, charging will stop automatically. It usually takes 304 hours to fully charge. When output short circuit happens, the protection device will disconnect the power supply automatically and the battery will be locked. The battery will be unlocked and continue to work when charged again.

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  eGo-C: Why the eGo-C upgrade battery is locked?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:47 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

1.low voltage 2.short-circuit protection: If the resistance of the atomizer is too low will cause this problem. You have to recharge it and turn on the Ego-C battery again to solve it.

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  eGo-C: How to use the eGo-C upgrade battery?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:46 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

1. From constant voltage output mode to new battery voltage output:

1.1 When the mode is 3.3.v constant output mode, you can lock the battery by 5 clicks (blue LED blinks 3 times).

1.2 By pressing button for 5 seconds, LED will change to orange with 3 blinks. The battery has switched

to variable voltage output mode (battery voltage output mode).

1.3 Then you can use as usual by 5 clicks off and smoke in battery voltage output.

1.4 In new battery voltage output mode, the LED is orange and battery doesn't have power display function.

1.5 When charging, orange LED will blink 5 times in this new mode.

2. From new battery voltage output to constant voltage output mode:

2.1 In new battery voltage output mode, you can lock the battery by 5 clicks again (orange LED blinks 3 times).

2.2 By pressing button for 5 seconds, LED will change to blue with 3 blinks. And the mode has switched to

3.3V constant voltage output mode.

2.3 Then you can use as usual by 5 clicks off and smoke in 3.3V constant voltage.

2.4 In 3.3V constant voltage, the battery features has no difference from present eGo-C battery.

2.5 When charging, blue LED blinks 5 times in this mode.

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  eGo-C: The leaking close to the control button will cause the short-circuit?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:46 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

No, it won’t because we adopt the conformal coating on the control button.

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  eGo-C: If the battery touches the leaking liquid, it will cause the shot-circuit too?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:45 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

No, it won’t because there is only a changeable resistance in the end of the twist battery, so in general case they won’t cause the shot-circuit.

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  eG0-C: Why we have a burnt taste while using the eGo-C twist battery?
Posted by: walter - 02-05-2015, 03:44 PM - Forum: Other types (510 Series, eMode, eCab, eGo Series) - No Replies

When we continue using the eGo-C twist battery with the 4.8V voltage, and we adopt an low resistance atomizer it will cause the burnt taste.

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