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i want to repair the charging light whose battery is dead and want to make it direct so that it can glow up with inserting into socket how is it possible?

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Downunder35m

3 years ago

You need to lear to be more specific with your questions and to provide the informations needed so other know what you actually want.

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shani12345Downunder35m

Answer 3 years ago

i've a charging light with 15 LEDS almost 1.5 volt each but its battery is dead and i want to replace it but when i replace it with a new battery the LEDS donot light up like before their light is very dim and i want to improve their light but how help me?

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icengshani12345

Answer 3 years ago

1) Please tell us the old battery printed voltage ?

2) What size was the old battery shape mm long and mm diameter ?

3) What capacity was the printed old battery in ma-hrs ??

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Josehf Murchisoniceng

Answer 3 years ago

Size and shape is not necessary helpful iceng.

I have seen 9 volt batteries that look like AA.

The thing I am wondering is if the light runs on 3300 mah batteries and he might be loading 600 to 1000 mah batteries. They may be the right voltage but they won't supply enough current.

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icengJosehf Murchison

Answer 3 years ago

That's what I'm trying to have the OP realize with his dim complaint.

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Josehf Murchisoniceng

Answer 3 years ago

Be nice everyone can't be super brains like us or is that Brian's?

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Josehf Murchison

3 years ago

I take it English is not your first language so I hope you get this.

Yes you can do it.

You may need a step down transformer from service voltage to the voltage your light works on, and if the step down transformer doesn't have a rectifier you may need to make one, but it can be done.

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shani12345Josehf Murchison

Answer 3 years ago

yes it is true that english is not my first language. i repeat my question with a little detail for you to understand. i've a charging light with 15 LEDS almost 1.5 volt each but its battery is dead and i want to replace it but when i replace it with a new battery the LEDS donot light up like before their light is very dim and i want to improve their light but how help me?

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Josehf Murchisonshani12345

Answer 3 years ago

It sounds like you are replacing the old batteries with the wrong type of battery.

What was written on the old batteries?

Can you post a picture.

And what is written on the new batteries.

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Yonatan24

3 years ago

Are the LED's in parallel or series?

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Kiteman

3 years ago

We'll need a lot more information - starting with what device you are talking about.

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shani12345Kiteman

Answer 3 years ago

I am talking about a charging LED light which contains almost 15 LEDS of 1.5 volt each its battery is dead so i want to replace its battery but the LEDS donot lightup fully but give a dim light now tell me that how can i repair it so can it light up brighter

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Downunder35mshani12345

Answer 3 years ago

Repeating the few details won't help either.
Before I drop it:
Get a power supply that has the same voltage as the dead battery, connect in place of the battery, enjoy.