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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The Mini Maglite is a durable, compact flashlight. If your Mini Maglite stopped working, check or replace its two AA batteries first, and if that doesn't fix it, you'll probably need to replace the lamp. You can order replacement lamps in packs of two online, or you may be able to find them locally in a hardware store.
To replace the lamp in a Mini Maglite:
1. Unscrew the bottom of the flashlight. (Hold the flashlight with the head facing down so that the batteries don't fall out.) 2. Remove the batteries. 3. Unscrew the flashlight head from the barrel. 4. The lamp is mounted into the flashlight on two prongs; gently pull up on the lamp to remove it. 5. Install the new lamp by lining the prongs up with the two holes and slowly inserting it fully. 6. Screw the flashlight head back on. 7. Reinsert the batteries. 8. Screw the base back on.
When you've finished, turn the flashlight on (by turning the lens cover or the head counter-clockwise) to verify that the new lamp works. If the light doesn't come on, take the flashlight apart again and check to make sure the lamp is installed correctly and fully. Since the lamps come in packs of two, if you can't get the first lamp to work, try the second lamp in the pack. If that lamp doesn't work either, check your batteries and make sure the lens cover and head are both screwed on all the way.
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I assume it is an LED flashlight (you did not say). Cheap Chinese-manufactured LEDs will flicker in this way when they go bad. The condition is not repairable... you will need to replace the flashlight. (Save the batteries.)
This is what i did to make it work (by pure guesswork). 1. take the battery holder thing out. 2. see black arrow on side of battery holder, that needs to point toward the led end when you insert it. 3. Look at the end of the battery holder, at the end that will go in first when you insert it. On each end there is that silver metal circle that has some silver metal extensions that go straight across the bottom. 4. look into the flashlight toward the led end. See the green circular circuit board thing. You'll see that equally around that circular base, there are 4 little squares of metal right to the edge of the green base, equidistant around the green circle. Carefully insert the battery holder with the silver metal strip on the holder lined up so each end of that strip will touch one of the 4 little square metal things on the edge of the green circuit board. The goal is that when the battery holder is all the way in, the two metal extensions coming out from the little circular metal piece on the end of the battery holder will each touch one of the little square metal pieces on the green base. 5. Screw on the lid and click the end to turn on the light. I tried this two times and both times it worked. If it doesn't turn on you might want to try to reinsert it again and get it more carefully lined up. Good luck.
You'll need to remove the base of each leg by unscrewing the black cap at the bottom. Insert the batteries into the tripod leg. Each leg holds one to three AA batteries depending on the flashlight size.