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Weak light I asked earlier for you folks to determine which I needed to purchase, either a new battery pack or a new transformer. I have a Mag-Lite Model RX1019, Serial 3913062, which I have had for nearly 10 years I think. The light beam is now very much diminished. Please advise which you think I need and where to buy it. Robert B. Brander 6715 Timbercroft Lane Fayetteville, NC 28314

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If the charge lite comes on when charging it means your transformer is still good. Replace the battery.

If you get no charge light transformer is bad, if this is the case (personally) i would replace the charger & battery for that peace of mind.



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