Question about NRS CANTAR GLOW BUOY FLOATING POOL LIGHT 92000
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According to the owners manual for these swimming pool lights, if you light is not working for the full amount of time expected (at least 4 hours) you should try the following troubleshooting steps:
1. The battery pack might not be fully charged. Check the charge and recharge if necessary.
2. The battery pack or charge might be defective. Run the light through several charging cycles. If it fails to hold a charge but the indicator lights are showing normal operation, take the light to an authorized repair shop.
3. The battery pack might be old. After approx. 600 charges, the batteries might lose their ability to be charged. If this is the case, take the light to an autorized repair shop to receive new battery installation.
4. The product might be overheated. The light's internal temperature regluator will shut of the product to prevent damage. Allow the light to cool down and then test for normal opperation.
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