Powered by Solar, Natural Looking.
|Material:||Dark Brown Plastic Ratten + Iron + PP cover|
|Size:||8.83cmx51.20cm height (including a spike)|
|Battery:||1.2V / 300MAH Rechargeable Battery|
|LED:||1 Bright White (or Flickering Yellow) LED|
In the day time it absorbs the Sun Power, and in the evening or in the dark place it can illuminate automatically for 6-8 hours. With plastic earth spike.
Ideal for decorating your garden / Pathway...
How your Solar Powered Fixture works
During the day, the solar panel converts sunlight into electricity and recharges the battery / batteries. At night, the light turns on automatically using the electricity stored during that day.
The number of hours the light stays on depends on your geographical location, weather conditions and seasonal sunlight availability.
Place the solar light fixture in an area where it can receive direct sunlight for at least 8 hours each day. Shadowed locations will not allow the battery / batteries to charge fully and will reduce the hours of nighttime lighting. The selected location should not be near nighttime light sources, such as porch lights, street lights or pool lights, as these may cause the solar light to turn off prematurely.
First time use
If the solar panel is covered by a protective film, remove it before using the product. Unscrew top cover by turning counter-clockwise and Remove the pull tab from the battery compartment. Replace the cover by turning it clockwise. Place the solar light fixture in a location where it can receive a full 8 hours of sunlight to allow the rechargeable batteries to reach maximum capacity.
If the light does not turn on at dusk after 8 hours of charging :
• Ensure that the solar light fixture is in a bright sunny location and not in a shady area during the day.
• Make sure that the light’s photocell is not affected by other light sources at night.
• Make sure that the switch is in the ON position.
• Verify that the battery/batteries are making contact with the terminal and that they have been inserted in the correct polarity.
NOTE : This operation should be done in the morning on a sunny day. This will allow the lantern
to receive a full 8 hours of sunlight so that the rechargeable battery/batteries can reach maximum capacity.
• Lift the solar puck by turning it counter clockwise.
• Remove the battery cover by pulling it upward.
• Remove the old battery and replace it with a new AA size 1.2V rechargeable battery of same or greater mAh. (USE RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES ONLY).
Note: Clean the battery contacts and those of the device prior to battery installation.
• Be sure to insert the battery in the proper direction.
• Replace the battery cover.
• Replace solar panel cover onto glass vase.
• Safe for outdoor operation.
• Failure to insert battery/batteries in the correct polarity, as indicated in the battery compartment, may shorten the life of the battery/batteries or cause battery/batteries to explode or leak.
• Do not mix old and new batteries. Replace all batteries of a set at the same time.
• Do not mix Alkaline, Standard (Carbon-Zinc) or Rechargeable (Nickel Cadmium) or (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries.
• Do not dispose of batteries in fire.
• Batteries should be recycled or disposed of as per manufacturer’s recommendations.
• Remove battery/batteries if consumed or if product is to be left unused for a long period.
• REPLACEMENT PARTS MAY BE ORDERED BY USING THE FIXTURE MODEL NUMBER AND THE PART’S NAME.
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