Having problems with your Gamucci Micro Kit?
Included in the pack:
- 1 x rechargeable battery
- 1 x USB charger
- 1 x cartomizer refill
Our article on Starter Kit Troubleshooting might help, but below are some specific answers related to your Gamucci Micro e-cigarette:
1. Charging the battery
The first thing you should do upon opening your Gamucci Micro kit is to charge the battery. Screw the battery into the supplied USB charger and plug into a compatible USB charging port or wall adapter. The initial charge should take 2-4 hours and after that, recharging should only take 1-2 hours. You should be able to get ~250 charges from the battery before it will need replacing.
2. Using the device
To use the Gamucci Micro, simply inhale like you would a cigarette. The draw-activated mechanism will kick in and will power automatically. There are no buttons or settings to fiddle with.
3. Replacing the cartomizer
Once your cartomizer has depleted, you'll need to attach a new one. To do this, simply unscrew it from the battery, discard it and screw on a fresh one. Replacement cartomizer packs can be purchased here.
1. It will not work
Your Gamucci Micro batteries only come partially charged, so the first thing you must do is ensure it's had a good 2-4 hours of charge. This initial charge will ensure you're getting the most life out of it. After its first charge, it should only take 1-2 hours to fully charge from then on.
2. It's charged but it still doesn't work
If you've charged your battery but it still doesn't appear to be working properly, the next thing to check would be the LED on the tip. Remove the cartomizer and gently suck on the end - the light should illuminate red to indicate that the battery is powering as it should. If no light comes on, check the age of your battery, because if it's older than 2 months it may be time to purchase a new one. For more information about batteries not holding a charge or not charging at all, our article on this matter might help - click here.
3. It tastes different or it's not producing as much vapour as it used to
Over time the amount of power your battery can deliver will diminish, and a dying battery cannot vapourise the liquid inside the cartridge to the same level it did when brand new. This is true of all batteries where they are constantly charged and discharged. This small difference in voltage can mean that some cartomizers simply won't fire, and they'll appear empty or faulty when in fact the battery just needs replacing. If your battery is older than 2 months then we'd recommend purchasing a replacement.
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