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Modify a solar garden walkway light into a solar powered bike light that charges during day riding and can be turned on at night!
1. Solar Garden Light (G15439)2. LED Lamp, from flashlight, I used (G15654)3. Epoxy4. Wire, solder, etc5. Tools, drill, knife, screwdriver1 and 2 have part numbers from the electronic ...
This should come naturally to most people here :) There are 3 screws holding the 2 halves of electronics enclosure together, the transparent dome pops off easily.
Using a soldering iron, de-solder the exsisting LED on the lamp and put it in your parts drawer/box/floor. Be sure you have the polarity correct when you solder ...
Using a drill I expanded one of the holes in the plastic that held the solar panel. This let me mount the unit where my reflector used to ...
I had to use a knife to expand the hole opposite of the mounting hole we drilled in the last step. I set the lip of the lamp ...
I was able to mount this by removing the reflector and just using the same screw and mounting plastic. Use a screwdriver to tighten and loosen things and ...
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