GT min parts, where to get them?

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Simplelight
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GT min parts, where to get them?

I like GT mini very much. It is not the brightest but the size, shape, form and brightness are just the greatest in its own class. And best of all the….the ramping circuit firmware.

Unfortunately, i haven’t got much use of it due to its faulty switch since last Christmas when I got it.

Banggood won’t warranty it after I uploaded the video to Youtube. They needed the number on the wrapping package which I had thrown away. Lesson learnt. I didn’t go thru paypal complain process.

A few months later i finally had the circuit board out. I use deoxIT and it fixed the switch problem. I was excited and soldered back the led thinking I’d live happily ever after. Well, the excitement lasted only a few minutes during the test and then…NOTHING.

I noticed the switch green led was still on. Took out the LED and thank God the switch was still good. But the LED is gone. In two minutes. Its life time expectancy is probably less than 10 minutes all together.

Emailed Lmnintop three times with all details with no reply at all. I decided to purchase my own LED.

That’s ok. The problem is that I ruined the rubber switch cover trying to get the switch out.

I thank you all who has been reading this far about my pathetic story. I hope someone in the know can point me to where I can get the switch cover, and possibly the circuit board with all components on it just in case the switch goes bad again. I believe there might be others with the same situation.

Please help me with the resource if you have them. Thanks in advance for any help.

Enjoy your light therapy,
Henry

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Try contact Neal maybe? perhaps he can help u with this..

https://www.nealsgadgets.com/

...where Frugal meets with Flashlight!

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Thanks for the link. It seems to be a good store. If no parts available, guess i’ll have to buy a new one. Or fabricate a new switch cover…