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Batteries are fully charged. When I pull the trigger the led flashes on and off rapidly and that's it. Where should I look for the problem.

No drill action when trigger pulled. flashlight led just flashes rapidly and a small ticking noise is heard. Batteries fully charged and both had same problem.

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