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Inova t4 i dropped my inova t4...since that ths flashlight doesn't working good,sometimes turn on , sometime don't.....how can i do to try to fix myself....i need help to desarm...and try fixing.

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Just getting old like me. the coating on the place is flaking off, nothing new here, well all get flaky.and getting old. Possibly they could have been saved by turn them on ever week or so. But who knows this thing. I' m sorry that I couldn't be more help to you. stewbison

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  • Hi, i can help.
  • When the lights just blink like that on the charger it is saying that the battery is bad and will no longer take a charge.
  • These flashlight are real impressive but there have also been reports of the charging unit failing.
  • Make sure to clean the contacts well with rubbing alcohol.
  • I had one time that was a real pain if it was not set just perfect on the charger.
  • So there are a couple things to try but I think you just need to get a new set of rechargeable. Lithium batteries like the ones this flashlight uses can't be overcharged or over discharged of they malfunction.
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Just getting old like me. the coating on the place is flaking off, nothing new here, well all get flaky.and getting old. Possibly they could have been saved by turn them on ever week or so. But who knows this thing. I' m sorry that I couldn't be more help to you. stewbison

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