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Hi i have found a coleman lamp in the loft in good condition i want to use it for myself for fishing , but it does not preasure when i try and pump it could you help coleman 201 use generator 201-5891 thats whats on the lamp regards ****

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Hi i have found a coleman lamp in the loft in good condition i want to use it for myself for fishing , but it does not preasure when i try and pump it could you help coleman 201 use generator 201-5891 thats whats on the lamp regards ****


The leathers have dried out, the new replacements don't always fit the older lamps, you can buy the parts at Walmart, easily replaced, but getting the new parts to seat right takes a while, be patient, it'll get going after a couple blisters. Check the mantles while you are at it and pick up a couple of them, you'll need them. And some fresh gas.
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I bought a vector 20 million power series sport/spot light and based my purchase on reviewsand company reputation. After receiving the light in the mail I followed the instructions charging it for the proper length of time then tried the light at night in a wooded area near my home. First impressions were anything but favorable, the light was poorly designed ergonomicallythe on-off switches were positioned to put it bluntly in a very stupid place making it awkward to turn off and on. I was ok with the lights size and weight it was just the way it was designed that made its size and weight a detriment to ease of use. Next after a several day full and complete charge I put the light in the trunk of my car to be ready for use on a weekend camping trip. When we arrived at the campsite and began setting up I got the vector out with high expectation of it lighting up my area so I could set up my tent so I set it up turned it on and at first thought wow this is great adjusted the stand started setting up camp when the brand new VECTOR 20 million candle power light slowly started to dim out all to my chagrin of course. within minutes it was dead as a doornail. Almost a HUNDRED dollars for a flashlight and my old trusty 1 million candle power DORCEY spotlight purchased from Harbor Freight that fortunately was in the trunk of my car came to the rescue.A cheap 10 dollar spotlight not only was brighter but it lasted the entire time it took to set up camp. After the weekend was over and I was back at home I emailed the vector company and to be honest was treated with a cross between sarcasism and indifference when I expressed my concerns. I was more than a little surprised and caught completely off guard so much so I allowed myself to be dismissed when I asked if I could trade in y brand new spotlight on one of equal or the one I was interested in trading on was a fair bit more expensive. My less than polite or helpful customer service represenative told me that they do not do that and in so much words he made it clear that I was stuck with the one I have and that it is clearly written in the ad that it is a large floodlight,. I gave up figured I had been stuck with the floodlight and swallowed my pride after writing a less than favorable review on the floodlight. I just had to write again I just took the light out to look at a car I had trouble with today turned it on and thought hey this is working ok but within 15 minutes the light dimmed very quickly till it was stone dead and I could not see anything. So out of sheer frustration I am writing this letter to express my feelings once more. Again I broke out my 10 dollar dorcey floodlight that had been hanging on a hook not plugged in and charging just hanging took it outside and it not only lit up my car but lasted the entire time and was still going strong when I finished brought it in hung it up and put the charger on it. So after this long winded explanation about one of your products it comes down to "I WOULD NEVER AGAIN BUY ANY VECTOR PRODUCTS NOR RECOMMEND THEM TO ANYONE!" I am stuck with this lemon I am trying to decide what the best job could be for this floodlight and all I could think of is that it would work well as a corner weight on the tarpaulin that I have covering my car. Sincerely, James R. Clement. A dissatisfied customer .


This light has'nt really like others much that can go wrong. I'm sorry to hear you had so many problems. I have this light and recieved it second hand, without an owners manual. I went to VectorMfg.com which redirected me to Black & Deckers web site. I there downloaded an owners manual. If I would'nt have done that I may have also posted many of the questions reguarding this light. There are many inportant things to know before use and continued use. The bulb and battery are replacable. Hope this helps! Matthew
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William, went to Coleman site, looks like you remove screws on bottom of lantern to access and change battery. Check the attached links to your manual, "I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info." http://r1.coleman.com/Manuals/5327.pdf Rugged Rechargeable Family Size Lantern Coleman Rugged Rechargeable Lantern Replacement Parts Flashlights... Battery Buyer Batterybuyer com
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Hi there. I have been using my Coleman northstar for a week camping with Coleman fuel when it ran out I Began using unleaded petrol. It took a while but eventually worked fine. Now it doesn't work at all!! I have replaced the mantle but to no avail. It doesn't seem to have enough pressure to keep it lit no matter how much I pump it. Please help. Thanks... In the dark in Cornwall.


In the dark in Cornwall, have you visited Coleman's website?www.coleman.com/coleman/ColemanCom/DearColeman2.asp
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I have a Vector HID Spotlight Power on Board SLH100P and I'm trying to recharge it. When you plug in the charger the led lights flash and click really fast. What could be the problem? Thanks for your help!


The battery needs replaced. In March, 2006, Black & Decker purchased Vector Products, Inc. Since the acquisition, Black & Decker has assumed the manufacturing of all Vector products. For customer service and warranty information for Vector products, please contact Black & Decker Customer Service. Or, you can order a replacement battery from: www.batterymart.com/p-6v-4_5ah-sealed-lead-acid-battery.html
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The plastic will break and even if you do get access to that, the issue with the corrosion will still cause problems.
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