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    Flashaholic* mighty82's Avatar
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    Au L2D tailswitch acting up

    My l2d started flickering real bad, and I had to turn it on and off repeatedly and tap on the switch to make it work properly, now that doesen't help either. I have cleaned the switch with alcohol, and it was a little better for a while, but then it just went bad again. I mailed fenix-store 3-4 days ago and asked if they could send me a new switch, but i havent gotten any response.

    Is this a common problem with the fenix lights? And how long does it normally take to get an answer for fenix-store.com? For now I guess I'll just have to rely on my L0D
    Last edited by mighty82; 02-04-2008 at 06:42 PM.

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    Default Re: L2D tailswitch acting up

    Try tightening the tailcap retaining ring(the metal ring that holds in the tail switch).

    If that doesn't work, try to get a replacement tailcap(try calling then if you the above doesn't fix the tailcap).


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    Default Re: L2D tailswitch acting up

    My P3D had a bad switch, I got fustrated playing with it a couple days after I got it. Fenix-Store sent me out a new switch the next business day after I emailed them.

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    Default Re: L2D tailswitch acting up

    Yeah, tightening the retaining ring was the first thing I tried, but that didn't help at all. Better buy a extra switch in case it gets this way again.

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    Default Re: L2D tailswitch acting up

    NEVER MIND, i tried again, and got response!
    They sent me a new switch.
    Last edited by mighty82; 02-06-2008 at 07:52 AM.

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