Question about Tasco NV200W Monocular
For batteries to get hot they must be in a dead short situation.
Have you put batteries in the wrong way around before you have realised and then put them into the right positions
If the power circuit of the monocular has not got reverse polarity protection you can short out components which will give you the problem you have now.
Only solution is to get someone to take the board out to see if it is cooked
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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