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I FOUND THIS WEB SITE that I think will help you with this question and a lot more. Since this web site will have access to many different vehicles I hope you do not feel like I am lazy by just passing along the web site instead of giving you the exact information you asked for.

Go to this site to find a manual to help you.

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Battery already fully charged, or battery is defective, or charger is defective

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Fixya does not sell battery chargers

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Had a look on their web site and couldnt find that torch in their product lists. Basically with all LED lights the LED is soldered onto a small circuit board and is not generally replaceable unless you are into electronics and can solder in a new led.

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Read page 3 of the manual.
The red light is on when charging, it does not change colour but goes off when not charging. It will take up to 18 hours to charge for 9 hours of use on low.
12V Lead acid battery should be kept charged all the time, even when in storage.

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we cant either

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perhaps using google or the coleman website

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Yes! It is not corrosive

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Hello, Jacob - I am guessing that your flashlight uses a rechargeable battery or batteries. If so . . . if you have not already done so, have you replaced the rechargeable battery or batteries with a new one / new ones?
Rechargeable batteries do not last forever and eventually need to be replaced with fresh ones.

It would help in advising you to know the make and model of your flashlight. To provide that information, you can choose Comment and type the information in the Comment box.
Best wishes.

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the bulbs could be bad, the batteries could be bad, you could have replaced with incompatible batteries or have the wrong orientation. did you realign the compartment to make contact ? often the spot where the batteries go have a wire or metal that connects to another wire or metal when you replace the battery compartment- maybe that metal or wire is not aligned correctly or touching like it should. This was not a question but more of a generalized problem that could have so many solutions. Im not sure more information would have.
good luck

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Unscrew the head or remove the side. They make so many!

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Check for reversed batteries and bad battery connections.
Often the problem is corrosion / bad contacts at the battery terminals, especially if used batteries have been left in the device for a while, even if the batteries have not obviously leaked.
Scraping and/or careful cleaning of the device battery terminals will usually fix this. If corrosion is visible then scrub the terminals thoroughly with a bit of vinegar and then strong baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) solution to neutralise alkali and then rinse well with clean water, then dry. Don't let liquid get inside the works, or if that's unavoidable you might have to dismantle and rinse out then dry.
Good luck.

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no idea what model you have. check out the manufacture website
good luck

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