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I have a power up 1500000 quartz halogen spotlight. It was turned on while charging and now it does not work at all. Any ideas?

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SOURCE: area light works but not the spotlight

Check the contacts going to the batteries. The negative contact is
going the flashlight body. While the other starts at the center of the
bulb socket that goes to the switch and finally to the positive terminal
of the battery. Get it done and send an e-mail .

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SOURCE: Need replacement battery for spotlight

You can purchase a battery from Black and Decker, they purchased Vectorlite in 2006, here is the link, you will need to enter the model #
http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/servicenet_home.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

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