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    Default Daughter - Reverse voltage failure

    Well, after carrying my Raw NS for over a year, my daughter flipped the battery, and turned it on. The LED actually fell off the circuit as I was checking it out.

    I hope more pills are available for this light, as its my favorite I've ever owned.
    Remember the Alamo.

    Andy

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    Default Re: Daughter - Reverse voltage failure

    Do I need to order a new reflector for the light also???
    Remember the Alamo.

    Andy

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    Default Re: Daughter - Reverse voltage failure

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddleback View Post
    Well, after carrying my Raw NS for over a year, my daughter flipped the battery, and turned it on. The LED actually fell off the circuit as I was checking it out.

    I hope more pills are available for this light, as its my favorite I've ever owned.
    Raw NS/Ti/Al Cree LED On PCB £24 Each
    Why would you have to replace the reflector?
    Norm

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    Default Re: Daughter - Reverse voltage failure

    Thanks!! I thought maybe the LED had changed since I bought it, and a new reflector may have been required.
    Remember the Alamo.

    Andy

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    Default Re: Daughter - Reverse voltage failure

    Why not just get a new 'whatever you had on it before' LED and solder it onto the board you have ???

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    Default Re: Daughter - Reverse voltage failure

    It's rather difficult to center LEDs perfectly by hand, and the Lummi Raw isn't very tolerant of off-center LEDs.

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    Default Re: Daughter - Reverse voltage failure

    If you had the flashlight from new at just over a year, it will be an X-RE emitter, which are the same as Rob still supplies, so a new reflector should not be necessary.

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