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Thursday, October 19, 2023

Shedding Light on Rechargeable Lamp Repair: Illuminate Your Knowledge!

Written by: Muokagram

    Rechargeable lamps are a modern marvel, offering the convenience of portable lighting without the hassle of disposable batteries. Whether you have a camping lantern, a desk lamp, or a decorative table lamp, rechargeable lamps have become indispensable in our lives. But what happens when your trusty lamp starts flickering or fails to turn on? Fear not, for in this post, we'll guide you through the essential steps to repair rechargeable lamps of all kinds. Let's get started!
Step 1: Identify the Issue
The first step in repairing your rechargeable lamp is to diagnose the problem. Is it not charging, flickering, or simply refusing to turn on? Carefully inspect the lamp to pinpoint the issue. Check for loose connections, damaged wires, or any visible signs of wear and tear.
Step 2: Battery Check
In most rechargeable lamps, the battery is the primary component. If your lamp isn't holding a charge or refusing to charge at all, it's time to examine the battery. Look for signs of leakage or bloating, which indicate a faulty battery. If that's the case, replace the battery with a compatible one, ensuring you follow the manufacturer's guidelines.
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Friday, May 20, 2022

How to use a B10k rotatory potentiometer (variable resistor) with switch

It may be confusing on how to use this variable potentiometer.
However the schematics below can help you out.

The schematics has 5 pins.
The power pin is seen which links to the second pin via the switch lever once turned on.

The second pin should connect to the middle pin amid other 3 pins. On the left of the middle pin is the pin that should connect to device to be controlled e.g., LED light.
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Saturday, January 29, 2022

Lighting plan considerations

Written by: Shabibah Nakirigya

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