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I own a TOP torch/flashlight (LX6AK2). It stopped working after I dropped it once. I have replaced the batteries and tried everything I could think of - to no avail ...... I can only think that it must be the globe unit - Model L6X80. I live in Pretoria, South Africa and can find no supplier of this unit !! What can I do or who can I contact to get hold of this replacement unit ? sincerely, Dan Hugo. +27 82 8881 841

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