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Thread: Battery drain using remote switches

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    The light is currently on its way back to surefire. They asked that I send the light without the battery though. I donít know if they plan to send me a replacement battery. Iíll see about getting this battery checked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecondsCount View Post
    Yes but most electrical problems are mechanical.
    But I thought if you canít fix it with a hammer it must be an electrical problem?🤔
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanM View Post
    The light is currently on its way back to surefire. They asked that I send the light without the battery though. I donít know if they plan to send me a replacement battery. Iíll see about getting this battery checked.
    Any update at this point?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TGS View Post
    Any update at this point?
    Wow, I thought I had updated this thread but I guess I didnít. Surefire sent the light back to me after a couple of weeks. They included a new battery, one of their micro-usb rechargeable ones. I canít tell for sure but I think they may have replaced the head as well. My old head had some markings from wear that this one seems to lack. So far I have had no issues with the light since, whether with the tape switch or without.
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