Solar Deck Lights by

Solar Deck Lights by
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Rechargeable Batteries:
Rechargeable batteries have been supplied with this Solar Light. You must activate the
batteries before the Solar Light can be used. To do this:
1. Remove the four screws holding the top portion of the Solar Light. Remove the plastic
tab covering the battery terminals. Replace the four screws holding the top portion of
the Solar Light.
2. Test the batteries: The solar panel automatically turns the solar light off upon detecting
sunlight. Cover the solar Panel with your hand. The solar L.E.D. lights should
illuminate. Occasionally the batteries will drain prior to initial use. If this occurs, the
Solar Light should be placed in direct sunlight for a period of up to two weeks before
reaching full operating charge.
Battery Replacement:
You must NOT use regular alkaline batteries in this product. Replacement Batteries must
be Rechargeable NiCD size AA, rated 600mAh or higher. Batteries can be purchased from
any reputable electronics, hardware, camera or hobby store. Use of any other battery type
will void warranty and may ultimately damage the Solar Light beyond repair. To replace
the batteries, follow the steps 1 and 2 above, removing and replacing the existing
NOTE: Do not touch or attempt to remove the LED light source. The batteries must be
fitted as indicated by the diagram at the bottom of the battery chamber.
1. What is the run time on the solar light? Run time is based on the season, and
location. Northern climates will have a run time during the summer of 8-12 hours,
and 2-6 hours during the winter months. Southern climates will have a run time
during summer months of 8-12 hours and 6-8 hours during winter months. The
amount of sunlight is a direct correlation to run time – cloudy days will effect the run
time. These lights need direct sunlight to charge the battery. Mounting under trees,
under eves, etc., will inhibit the ability to charge.
2. How long will the Solar lights last? The LED bulbs are designed to last a lifetime.
These are of the highest quality and latest technology available today. The batteries
are NiCad batteries. These are rated for approximately 1000 cycles, or roughly three
years. Batteries are warranted for one year.
3. My solar light will not light up? The most common issue is the battery. It takes
up to three weeks for a new solar unit to cycle to full capacity. Winter months will
effect this cycle time as well, if installed in the middle of winter. To test a solar unit,
remove the NiCad batteries, and install two size AA alkaline batteries. Cover the
entire solar collector to test the unit. If the unit lights up, replace the NiCad
batteries. Caution: Alkaline batteries should only be used for testing, and should be
removed immediately after testing the unit. Do not leave alkaline batteries in the
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Warranty Information
Unless otherwise noted, all Moonstruck Solar products are covered by a one-year limited
Aurora Deck lights warrants this product against defects in materials or workmanship as follows:
For the first year from the date of purchase, Aurora Deck lights will repair or replace the unit, at our
option, without charge for parts or labor. After the indicated period of one year, the product owner is
subject to pay repair and parts fee.
This limited warranty is non-transferable, and consequently only valid toward the purchaser of this
product. It does not cover damage or failure caused by or attributable to natural disaster, abuse,
misuse, improper or abnormal usage, faulty installation, improper maintenance, lightning, or other
incidences of excessive voltage, or any repairs or tampering by other than by Aurora Deck lights or
its Authorized Service Center. Repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty does not
extend the terms of this warranty.
Should this product be proven defective in workmanship or material, the consumer's sole remedies
shall be such repair or replacement as provided by the terms of this warranty. Under no
circumstances shall Aurora Deck lights be liable for any loss or damage, direct, consequential, or
incidental, arising out of the use of or inability to use this product. Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusions or limitations of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to the product owner.
This warranty gives the product owner specific legal rights. The product owner may also have other
rights, which vary from state to state.
To obtain warranty service, contact Aurora Deck lights Service Department at 1-800-603-3520.
When returning a unit for warranty service, the product owner must obtain a return merchandise
authorization number from a service representative of Aurora Deck lights. In addition, please
include a copy of the product owner’s sales receipt, a brief description of the symptoms, name,
address, and phone number. Then deliver or ship the product, postage or shipping costs prepaid
(insurance suggested), to:
Aurora Deck Lights
499 W. Whitewater Street
Whitewater, WI 53190
All warranty repair or replacement will be returned to the customer using UPS® Ground service or
other carriers at our option. If a faster carrier method is requested, the product owner must pay the
cost difference over the UPS® Ground service charge. Aurora Deck lights is not liable for products
lost or damaged during shipment.
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