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    Battery

    If you’re using a manual battery model, you want to be careful and not push the button too hard. This can potentially cause the button to stick or fall into the battery.

    If you’re using an automatic battery, slightly unscrew the battery from the atomizer when you’re not using the electronic cigarette. Leaving them together will drain the battery quicker so be sure the contacts are not together when not using your unit.
     

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    Re: Battery

    Battery ensuring you have the power to vape. All e-cigarette batteries and devices from Modern Vapor use sealed lithium-ion batteries .
     

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    Re: Battery

    I think that pressing the button too much or too strongly can only harm the button itself but the battery is designed this way that this doesn`t affects its hardware more seriously.
     

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    Re: Battery

    Yes, the hardware is not damaged, that`s for sure. But imagine what would happen, if the buttons of your battery don`t work properly, this could lead to disastrous consequences.
     

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    Re: Battery

    Hey, guys, Evergreen advised us to unscrew the automatic battery from the atomizer when we are not using it. Do you think that we also should do this with a manual battery, too?
     

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    Re: Battery

    I have had a lot of manual batteries for my e-cigarette and I have never unscrewed them for the atomizer. This didn`t deter them from working with proper quality so I don`t think that it is necessary to do this.
     

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