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    Re: Myo XP Stopped Working

    petzl myo xp stopped working

    Originally posted by dirt

    My Petzl Myo XP stopped working.

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    He starts running again when I hit him, trying to fight the wall. Sometimes I remember putting it first.

    Just in case, I would say, does anyone know of any ways to fix this?

    Mine stopped working after a week, just before SLMM

    After some research, I found that the conductor had broken all over the battery cable – just where it enters the flexible part of the headlamp, away from the elastic headband. I had to help disassemble it, cut out a damaged section of wire (about 25 mm) from the house and solder it to a specific LED board. Now it works effectively

    Shortly before he stopped working, he began to walk and collapse. Since (probably a broken wire or contact) the batteries got hot every time they failed, do you have the same?

    It works again when I bang it against the wall. Sometimes I remember howI turned it off first.

    Maybe someone who knows how to actually intervene?

    petzl myo xp stopped working

    I’ve learned so much from my obstacles that I’m planning on doing a few more.

    I’m packing for my magical trip to Scotland tomorrow. I checked the headlight, it’s broken. After a bit of rework, it turned out that the connection between the offset and the pear-shaped part was loose in some areas of the front. The problem is that I need to travel with it, so I’m wondering if I’m going to try and fix it.

    Has anyone ever used any of these products? How quickly do they come off and can poor contact be corrected? A little worried if I void the warranty due to rough handling. Otherwise, I will return the software as it is not outdated yet.

    This is a known bug. Two of us were the last to break us on a climbing expedition (actually, we were a little short on it). Not repairable, but importers are happy to replaceAccept it if you are not picky. Probably the best thing to do in the market in the short term is to just experiment with this external cable when it stops moving, which seems to restore power 50% of the time (and hopefully it’s a full moon!)< /p>

    In response to Gob_Stopper: I had three of these headlamps and all of these people broke the same way. I returned two to the importers and they replaced them and the next one tried it to determine availability numbers, all ended up throwing everything in the trash in parts.

    I will probably buy a new one and another for your trip and see if you can replace the damaged one and then sell it on eBay as they are not too scratched.

    If you need it ASAP and have a torx 6 auto and some soldering skills, it’s definitely tricky. I bet this benefits the LED driver.

    I got mine years ago and can’t remember exactly where I got it from.

    If I can’t use it again, what’s the best alternative answer?

    In to Gob_StoppeR: Thanks everyone. I don’t want to replace it with another flashlight because otherwise this board was really great – it really impressed with its functionality and performance. etc. weight.
    If this is a common mistake, I will resubmit it. No presenter who is unlikely to mess with it will understand as it is quite an expensive light – he would just rather replace it. Hopefully, without replacement, they will be sophisticated. Fingers crossed that I can replace it with a belted version as we had very low temperatures this season last season.

    The problem is usually that a very filiform (power) cord is wound very securely, and it is also a rather thick (probably thick) cord. It’s not easy to replace a cable when you can solder well enough.

    Not! If someone needs a replacement, make no mistake who has it. In a past life, I repaired Petzl headlights (I still have the raincoat and pants) in Lyon.

    An unknowing attempt at repair will void the warranty; this fact is annoying when you are roaming the hills or traveling.You do, but there is a good reason for that.

    Personally, I always use a lead-free flashlight (Tikka XP, etc.) for important items, because no matter how well designed or made, rebound is always a weak point.

    Do you know how to attract buyers to the store who got it from the Scottish alternative? Maybe there they will make a decision and give you a great new one in stock. See if they’re willing to offer a loan instead of a replacement if it’s a warranty claim, if so buy a flashlight for a deal breaker and then use the loan for something else someone needs/needs.

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