SPF: WTS NON-WORKING BLF GT

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SPF: WTS NON-WORKING BLF GT

My BLF GT LED seems to be broken. The entire light is in perfect physical condition. Not even sure how the LED stopped working. Applying 16 volts (or even 12 volts) directly to the solder pads on the side of the PCB elicits zero reaction.
The green power button seems to be working fine and correctly responds to all settings blindly, gives flashing feedback on all settings as far as I can tell.
Battery packs are also in perfect shape. 16.1 Volts out; measured. Batteries are new. Willing to sell with the batteries as well.

Not sure what the right price should be for this so I will consider all offers. If this is improper, my apologies. I can edit to suit.

Thank you.

/manny

Edited by: YouFunnyGuys on 05/23/2021 - 10:51
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If you’re willing to send it off, there are several people that could replace the LED for, even upgrade it I’m sure. Likely the LED is bad, somehow. I upgraded mine using Texas Ace upgrade kit and it rocks now. Night and day difference. Easily done by the avg person as well.

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Is it sold ??

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I hope a member helps the OP fellow member short on the skills to fix this light. Then he can sell it for what it’s worth or continue to use it. The Texas Ace upgrade kit looks like a great option.

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CR888 wrote:
I hope a member helps the OP fellow member short on the skills to fix this light. Then he can sell it for what it's worth or continue to use it. The Texas Ace upgrade kit looks like a great option.

 ^ 100% agree.

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