Juul is a popular new e-cigarette that has quickly gained popularity in 2018. It’s small, easy to use, and it doesn’t require any of the messy liquid or smoke like cigarettes do. But despite its popularity, not many people know how to charge their Juul battery properly, which causes the device to malfunction. This article will serve as your guide, together with some tips on charging Juul battery so that you can enjoy vaping without having to worry about a dead battery!
Reasons why it’s not charging – no green light.
There are reasons why you might have an inactive battery, but the most common culprit is that your Juul charger not working properly or either broken. If you plug in your Juul and nothing happens when you press the button, it’s possible that your charger isn’t providing any current to your battery. In order to fix this issue, try borrowing another charger and plugging it in. If you have the same issue when it’s plugged into a different charger, then your charger is faulty or broken. We’ve heard from many Juul users that their chargers broke within a couple of weeks of using them because they are very fragile and can be broken easily.
In some rare cases, we’ve received reports from our readers that their Juul batteries aren’t charging because the USB port is dirty. It usually takes time for a build-up of dirt and grime to interfere with your Juul battery’s ability to charge, but it’s possible if you don’t take proper care of your Juul battery. First, try to clean the USB port with a paper clipping or a toothpick. If that doesn’t work, you may want to purchase an electronic cleaner such as this one to fully clean out the charging port.
Another possible reason is that the Juul battery could have died and needs to be replaced as soon as possible. Make sure you buy an additional Juul battery so you can use your Juul while your old one is charging. This will make sure that you are never without vaping products. Remember, by using two batteries together; one can charge while you vape on the other. Once charged, insert into the device and enjoy.
Tips to prolong the life of Juul battery
It is best to know when your Juul battery is fully charged. Always check your Juul battery life. The first indication of a full charge will be when the light on your charger turns from red to blue or green. Some users have reported that their batteries take longer than 2 hours to reach a full charge, but most report charging times between 1-2 hours. Once the LED on your Juul charger transitions from red to blue, it means that your Juul battery is fully charged. It’s best not to leave it on the charger for longer than that, or it could damage the plastic and components of the charger.
The average usage should be less because it is 4-5 stronger than any other standard E-juice. If you’ve been using the Juul frequently, take shorter puffs as it will help preserve your battery.
Get a spare Juul battery so you can charge one while using the other. The Juul battery should not be kept in a hot or cold location for long periods of time as this will shorten its lifespan. It is recommended to store the Juul between 50-77 degrees Fahrenheit.
Invest in a portable charger. These portable charging units for the JUUL are an inexpensive way to charge your device on the go. The power bank in your pocket can really come in handy when you’re out and about with no other means of recharging available.
The average Juul battery will last about 200 puffs. If you’re having trouble getting your Juul to charge, there are a few things that can affect how long the battery lasts and what could be causing it not to work at all.
You might find it inconvenient if your Juul vaporizer battery doesn’t work anymore or if it’s not being charged. To avoid this, always make sure your charger is clean and that you plug it in the right way. If required, check if there are problems with your USB port and have them fixed immediately to continue using it properly without having to worry about anything else.