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Old 06-04-2011, 00:17   #1
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Lalizas Strobe Light

We have one of these on the yacht we are currently aboard, but it is not working! we have put the batteries in both ways up and it is still not working. We may have duff batteries, but cannot be sure as there are no instructions as to which way up the batteries are supposed to go! the spring appears to be at the bulb end so one would assume that is the negative end or am I just making an ass of u & me!!!!!

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Old 06-04-2011, 03:49   #2
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Re: Lalizas Strobe Light

As you indicate, the spring is usually at the negative end.

You could ask Lalizas:
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