It has been a while since this was originally posted but I am taking a stab at it. I have been given a RCL 3000 that doesn't work and I didn't want to automatically assume it was the battery that was the cause and plop down another $25 without checking. Is there a way I can troubleshoot to make sure of the part I need before plunging in? The manual for this piece is worthless. Thanks in advance for any assistance that can be provided.
Originally Posted by BriteIdea
My wife and I just dropped of a couple of bags of donated clothes to Value Village.
Typically if I'm near there I might drop in and check out any cheapy flashlights or transistor radios. Many times they're cheap enough
I paid $5.00 for this light, came with the wrong wall charger (I have plenty) and the remote control was missing (no biggy)
It's charging as I type: I have never seen this brand before and wonder if anyone else has one or has seen one.
Im going to assume that the battery is shot. It if takes a charge, Ill be a head of the game. If not, its an easy fix to replace the 6V lead-acid.
It's a dual flouresent tubular bulb with 3 settings. It looks like it's half decently built, same as, or maybe better than the Coleman lights.
Anyone else have one? I'll eventually post a picture if anyone is interested.