My pen

Discussion in 'Smoking Accessories Q&A' started by stacey1974, May 2, 2016.

  1. If anyone could help my pen charged all night and when I push the button to use it it just keeps blinking I've cleaned it I just don't know what else to try any thoughts out there???
  2. Sounds to me like your atomizer is shot or possibly the battery, which pen is it you use?
  3. It's the snopp dog g pen, it's only 3 days old I bought it Friday night ugh
  4. I have a bunch of g pens, you'd be surprised they don't last very long. You may have damaged the atomizer when you cleaned it. Try turning it on and off, click button 5 times in a row.
  5. I did try that and I may have agreed except it was doing it before I cleaned it ugh so frustrating!
  6. That's a bummer must be a defect, definitely contact them they should make things right.
  7. I've had this issue in the past, always had to do with where you coil and battery connect, you should be able to pull the metal post out a little, then slowly screw on your coil until you make contact.

    The other option is you burnt the coil out( not all coils are created equal)
  8. thems pen-gimmicks suck!
  9. Gpen is probably the best vaporizer that will probably break on you, every one of my buddies has had not one but had to get them 3 times from it either getting broken or lost. It's a great vaporizer just very delicate I have one myself(barely use it though, had it for a year now without it breaking),. Just need to be careful because the electronics are extremely delicate and using any sort of force can make it permanently broken. Especially the cheap G pen, it's effective but cheap. Friends have broke so many... Unlikely to fix without electronic skill
  10. You shouldn't charge those batteries over night. you just found out what can happen when you over charge them.

    Try this...
    Push the button on the battery a bunch of times, 6 or 8, and see if it will power off. If so then power it back on and see if it will work. If not, try charging again and see if the lights blink at you. The number of blinks typically means some sort of beep error code of some kind. So you might look on the directions that came with it and see.

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