What do the different indicator lights on my WakaWaka Power+ mean?

The indicator lights from a WakaWaka Power+ should work as following:

  • The single light on top of the WWP+:

This light blinks when the WWP+ is charging via the solar panel. You can hold your WWP+ with its solar panel towards the sun or hold it under a strong lamp and check if the light is blinking.

  • The 4 lights on top of the WWP+:

These lights indicate the battery status. 4 Green LED’s = 100%, 3 green LED’s = 75%, 2 green LED’s = 50%, 1 green LED = (<)25%. If the battery status shows only one light, it could be that your WWP+ doesn’t have enough power to charge your phone. However you can still use the light perfectly!

  • The blue light next to the USB port (product code WP22):

This blue indicator light will light up when you charge a phone or another device via the USB port. Open up your WWP+ to see this light.

  • The blue light next to the USB port (s/n P02Axxxxxxx):

Warning! The blue light next to the USB port will light up when your Power+ is too warm or too cold or when the Power+ has reached the bottom of its own capacity. The Power+ will automatically stop charging either itself or an external device. If the temperature improves or the Power+ is recharged, the blue light will turn off automatically and you can use your Power+ normally. To see this light you need to position your device so that it is standing on the hinge.

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