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Can rechargeable battery be replace and is it economical to do so?


if its rechargeable why replace it just recharge it. depending on what it is in you may be able to find a replaceable regular battery for it, or the rechargeable battery that is in the component maybe bad and won`t take a charge. there fore you should be able to find a battery that is the same. rechargeable batteries do have a life span.

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How can I fix my rechargeable portable spotlight/flashlight after no charge for 1(one) year?


The spotlight/flashlight battery may have failed as a result of being unused and not charged periodically.

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My flashlight just stopped working. when placed on charger, the green charged light appears. How do I know if its a battery or bulb problem?


it's telling you the battery is fully charged so suspect that either the battery is dead or the bulb is burnt out. Get a test meter and test for voltage at the battery. If yes, then the bulb is burnt. If no voltage then obviously the battery is bad

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My battery loses it's charge after about 15 minutes


Without knowing the make and model of your flashlight, it's difficult to know whether you have a product with a replaceable battery. Providing that information would be very helpful.

In addition, you can try taking your light to a specialty batteries store--around here, there's a chain called "Batteries Plus." They have a large number of cross-reference books that identify all kinds of replacement batteries, and they may be able to help you directly in extracting your existing battery pack--or in telling you that it has been permanently sealed into your flashlight. Many spotlight-style rechargeable flashlights have replaceable batteries; conversely, smaller handheld rechargeable flashlights (the kind that look like they'd take 2 C or 2 D cells) are much less likely to have user-replaceable battery packs inside.

Good luck!

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When you hit the button, does the light come on? If so, and there is no cold air try a freon charge kit with dye in it. These kits are relativly inexpesive and come with yellow glassed and a UV flashlight. Fill the freon and let it run for a couple days. Then using the glasses and flashlight in a dim area, look for splashes of green. THen you can get the oring or what ever is leaking, change it, then have a pro evacuate and re-charge the system.

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What kinds of a flashlight the brightest?


Check out this WEB site for super bright LED flashlights.
http://www.nextag.com/super-bright-led-flashlight/stores-html

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Yes. It's kind of like a flashlight when your batteries get low the light get dim, but if you replace the batteries light gets bright again. The drill will get weak as battery get low.

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Charge


you would probly need to get a new battry becuse u might not have engogh juice in the old battry any more

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Flickering LED flashlight


It sounds as if the connections in the back of the radio may not be continually connected to the contacts on the charging base. You might want to make sure that the radio is properly loaded in the cradle of the charging stand. The reason why the lights 'flicker' is because if your power goes out, the light on the radio will come on when it detects no power to the charging base. This is a feature to many new emergency radio gadgets. Imagine a storm rolling through your area and the power goes out in the middle of the night. Your Vector radio's LED lights come on so that you aren't searching for the radio in the dark.

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