Question about Stanley Camping, Backpacking & Hiking
I canput a full charge on the light and when Igo to use it ,it will shine for a few seconds an then get rea dim.
Posted by Anonymous on
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 .
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
To take the charge the inbuilt battery must be functional. Once the battery goes bad you will be unable to charge the unit or it will take a small charge and die rapidly thereafter.
You may or may not be able to change the battery. It depends on the manufacturer of the product so you should consult the instructions that came with the item if you still have them.
Posted on Nov 28, 2015
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My guess is the batteries are probably no good. All batteries will only last so long. And it also depends how often they are keep charged and discharged. Basically all batteries require some kind of maintenance (recharging / discharging).
OR the electronic controller is bad.
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