We find Repairs for common LED issues are usually due to a break or short in wiring wire between the LED and the battery pack. Adding a strain relief to prevent a recurrence of the same problem is an easy yet affordable improvement.
Most issues are not the fault of manufacturing defects, but rather an accident other unplanned event. If a unit falls on to a hard surface it can damage internal components, in spite of looking perfectly fine.
“Hooking” the cord on something or stretching it usually results in damage. LED cables are easy to snag.
Most times this potential problem can be minimized by keeping the cord underneath your lab coat. Using a twist tie to coil up excess slack is another good idea. Repairs of common LED issues can be avoided by proactively shortening the cable to suit your needs.
The majority of LED Light Repair for Common Problems are easily fixed, therefore very affordable, yet some are under the impression that repair of the unit is either not possible or expensive. The fact is while advances in technology are increasing, so are manufacturer’s desire to lower costs. One of the easiest ways to lower cost is to use cheap plastic components. Some of the most reliable LEDs have metal components which are far superior to low cost plastic. In most cases a repaired quality unit can outlast many current bargain models.
Find a reputable facility
Consider having your LED or Loupes repaired? Repairs for common LED issues need to be done by a reliable provider. Eagle Optical suggests you select a trustworthy repair facility with a reputation of standing behind their work, as well as offering a warranty. If time is a factor, ask the repair facility their turn around time. A reputable facility can quickly diagnose and restore your LED to like new function. Having an extensive parts inventory of most common repair parts is important.
At Eagle Optical we also have the ability to duplicate, or make from scratch for example parts that are no longer readily available.
Considering the lofty price of a new unit, you may want to look into an affordable repair. Even if you decide to spend the money for a new unit, isn’t it worth considering repairing your present LED for a “back-up”?
Most repairs are complete in about the same time it takes to order & receive a new one.