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Why is My Geek Bar Vape Flashing?

Why is My Geek Bar Vape Flashing?

It is not uncommon to see the flashing light on your geek bar vape as a vaper. The flashing light on your device may be caused by various issues, such as abnormal atomiser resistance, low battery or short circuit. Read on to learn about why the geek bar vape flashes and get to know some suggestions on how to solve it.

When you think about it, the light indicator on your vape is a lot like a light in your car. It lets you know when something is wrong with your device. It can also help you avoid unintentional burns and fires if you're not paying attention.

The Geek Vape crew added light indicators to their vape pens because they wanted their products to be safe. They wanted people to use their vapes safely, so they made them with an extra safety feature.

It's not just because it looks cool or it's fashionable. It also helps keep your vape running smoothly and safely for as long as possible.

Common Causes for Flashing/Blinking in a Geek Bar Vape

Here are the reasons behind the flashing indicators on your geek bar vape:

Low Battery

The geek bar is running on a battery, so you must charge the device before use. If your geek bar shows blinking lights, then it means that the device is low on battery. Therefore, you need to plug the charger into a power source and charge the device for at least 10 minutes before use (if you are using a rechargeable vape pen). Otherwise, it could signal you to start looking for a replacement for your disposable vape.

Insufficient E-liquid

If your Geek Bar continues to blink even after charging, then insufficient e-juice might be the problem. Vaporisers use e-juice as fuel to heat up the atomiser coil and create vapour. When there isn't enough e-liquid in the chamber, and the air passes through without heating up, you will see flashing lights or blinking lights in your Geek Bar. Simply add more e-juice until the problem is solved.

Short Circuited Coil

There are two common causes for short-circuited coils: one is if you over-tighten the screws before screwing them back on after replacing any part of the coil or tank; another cause could be due to using a coil that has been used for a long time without being cleaned properly (especially if it's made from stainless steel). If either of these two things happens, the coil will short circuit and start to spark, causing your device to flash and blink continuously until it has cooled down enough for you to use it again safely.

Malfunctioned Activation Button

The activation button is the main component of your Geek Bar Disposable Vape. It connects to your battery and is responsible for firing up your device. If you are having trouble turning it on, then there is a chance that your activation button might have malfunctioned. So before you do anything else, try replacing the activation button first to see if that fixes the problem.

Incompatible Components Paired Up

The most common cause of flashing lights is pairing up two different devices together. For instance, the battery and cartridge do not match each other. The battery is not compatible with the cartridge. The cartridge does not fit well into the battery or vice versa.

If this happens, try to pair up another device with it and see if the problem persists or not. If it does, then you need to get a replacement for that particular part of your device which isn't working properly. This is probably the case if you bought your geek bar vape kit from a fake dealer.

How Long is the Battery life in a Geek Bar?

The most common reason for a blinking light on most Geek bar vapes means the device has detected a low battery. This can happen if you have been using your Geek bar vape for an extended period or if you have not charged it for a while if its rechargeable.

This can be quite new for first-time vapers unaware of the last period of a geek bar vape. So how long does a geek bar last?

The answer is simple: it depends on how often you vape. If you're vaping every day, the geek bar batteries will last longer than if you only use them once or twice a week. They still have a long life span even after daily use, but they won't last nearly as long as they would if they were used less frequently.

A geek bar vape battery has an automatic shutoff feature that kicks in after 15 seconds of non-use. When this happens, it automatically enters sleep mode until you press the button again or until it detects movement (i.e., if you pick it up). This helps preserve battery life by not draining it when you don't need it.

So, the average lifespan of a geek bar battery is anywhere from 2-6 months before needing replacement, depending on how often you vape and how old your batteries are when purchased (newer batteries tend to last longer).

How Many Puffs are Left in a Flashing Geek Bar?

The geek bar disposable vape has a built-in battery that can last up to 600 puffs before it needs to be replaced. This means that you can get up to 5 uses before replacing it with another one.

As stated above, the flashing in the vape can signify many different issues with your vape. But if it's signalling a battery or e-liquid drop in your cartridge, then there could be just about 5-10 puffs left before the vape completely dies out.

This means that the battery is about to die or the e-liquid has run out. The flashing will start to flash in red and green, indicating that there are only a few puffs left before it goes dead.

If you're using a disposable vape, there's nothing much you can do about charging it to extend its service unless you have a rechargeable tank. At the same time, if the flashing relates to an e-liquid shortage, yet your geek bar has no refilling port, the flashing, in this case, indicates buying another vape before it flats out.

Conclusion

The indicator lights on your geek bar vape devices serve many purposes. The indicator light will let you know when the device is charging, when it is fully charged and when your tank needs to be replaced. So, you should never ignore that flashing light, even if your geek bar vape is functioning well.

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