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Electronic Cigarette battery maintenance

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As with any lithium-ion batteries, you should treat your electronic cigarette batteries with care to ensure they have the best possible battery life and remain safe. The following is a list of ways that you can maintain your electronic cigarette battery: - Keep your battery clean at all times, this includes protecting from any spills which may damage them. - Store batteries in a clean, dry area. - Store your batteries in a protective, non conductive case when not in use. If no storage case is available, store the batteries flat and side by side to avoid the ends coming into contact with each other. - Inspect the batteries protective covering regularly to ensure that it hasn't been damaged or pierced in any way. Batteries that have been damaged or pierced can become dangerous and should be replaced immediately. - Keep a check of when your batteries were purchased. Overuse of batteries can cause them to become dangerous. Most batteries used on a continuous charging cycle should last around 4 - 6 months. - Before first using the electronic cigarette battery, it should be fully charged. Although electronic cigarette batteries are supplied partially charged, it is always best to charge them fully to get the best performance from them. Charging until the light on the charger changes from red to green is sufficient. - To ensure that batteries haven't overcharged and that they are safe to use, you can purchase a multi-meter quite cheaply. When you connect the ends of the multi-meter to the battery, it tells you the current battery voltage, this not only allows you to detect an overcharge but also when your battery is no longer holding a charge and needs replacing. - Regularly check the length of time it takes for your electronic cigarette battery to charge. With a newer battery, it should take longer to charge and the amount of time it takes to charge should decrease over time. Noticing the length of a charge can help you to identify faulty batteries or chargers which could become dangerous. Following these simple guides can make sure you get the most from your battery and keep you safe. Litejoy Electronic Cigarettes

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