Question about Cyclops Nexus Hid Rechargeable 3200 Lumens Spotlight, Black Hid5 Flashlights
Charged as recommended tried new batteries still nothing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cyclops 6.5 halogen will
This is an easy fix. I just fixed mine literally five minutes ago. You'll need two 6v sealed rechargeable lead acid batteries, duct tape, and a #1 Phillips screwdriver. Take the two Phillips head screws out of the black lens bezel. They should be oriented on the side of the bezel at approx 3 and 9 o'clock. Rotate the bezel about an inch and the bezel should cone off. Disconnect the ground white wire to the reflector housing on the back of the lens. It should be screwed in. Next disconnect the positive wire. It should be red or blue. Mine was red coming from the switch and blue going to the light. Next unscrew the 4 Phillips screws around the white plastic cover that holds the batteries in. You'll see the batteries now. With your phone, take a picture of the wiring. Or make a note of it. Change the old batteries with the new, minding the wiring, and then reassemble. Should be fixed.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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