Question about NRS CANTAR GLOW BUOY FLOATING POOL LIGHT 92000
I bought mine in 2008, used it once, and it has been on a shelf in my basement until this week. I did find a comment in the manual that indicates that the battery would need a 36 hour continuous charge to recondition the battery if it had not been on the charger for an extended period of time. I have another 24 hours to go before I know if it worked. Anyone out there still dealing with these issues? Or have found a place to get a replacement battery?
Posted on Jun 26, 2012
Anyone know where to buy the replacement battery for the green glowbuoy. Have looked everywhere and can't find one.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
It sounds like your swimming pool light is not holding a charge. This normally indicates that the batteries have expired their useful life and need to be changed. Even rechargeable batteries are not designed for permanent use.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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