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Topic # 107080 6-Aug-2012 20:46
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Recently run into a small problem with VaporX Disposable E-Cigs, this one I have at the moment seems to just stop working randomly. I've had it for 2 days and it worked fine until last night, then it just stopped. I thought it might have run out but they never go that quick. So I left it and tried again today, sure enough it worked again, until about half an hour ago. Left it once again, tried it now and its working fine. 

This is getting kind of annoying, anyone else had this problem?

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  Reply # 668628 6-Aug-2012 22:33
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Have you thought about quitting...

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  Reply # 668631 6-Aug-2012 22:51
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illicit: Have you thought about quitting...


This is gold!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 668633 6-Aug-2012 22:55
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I thought the ones in NZ don't have nicotine?





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tardtasticx: Recently run into a small problem with VaporX Disposable E-Cigs, this one I have at the moment seems to just stop working randomly. I've had it for 2 days and it worked fine until last night, then it just stopped. I thought it might have run out but they never go that quick. So I left it and tried again today, sure enough it worked again, until about half an hour ago. Left it once again, tried it now and its working fine. 

This is getting kind of annoying, anyone else had this problem?

-Sam

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  Reply # 668682 7-Aug-2012 08:09
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Bin it




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  Reply # 668778 7-Aug-2012 10:58
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What's wrong with real cigarettes?

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  Reply # 668796 7-Aug-2012 11:13
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It's a built in protection mechanism.




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  Reply # 668809 7-Aug-2012 11:32
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mattRSK: What's wrong with real cigarettes?


QFT - they are probably more reliable!





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  Reply # 668868 7-Aug-2012 12:51
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looks like it's ordinary eGo C. Might be some mechanical problem.

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