How to Maintain Your Solar-Powered Lights

Created by Hardoll Enterprises, Modified on Thu, 23 Mar, 2023 at 5:58 AM by Hardoll Enterprises

Once you've installed your solar-powered lights, it's important to maintain them to ensure maximum efficiency. Here are some tips for maintaining your solar-powered lights:


  • Regularly clean the solar panels: Make sure you regularly clean the solar panels to ensure maximum efficiency. Dirt, dust, and debris can block sunlight from reaching the panels, which will decrease their efficiency.


  • Replace batteries when they no longer hold a charge: Solar-powered lights rely on batteries to store energy, so make sure you replace the batteries when they no longer hold a charge. This will ensure the lights stay bright throughout the night.


Troubleshooting Methods:

  • During Monsoon/ winter, the battery of the solar pillar lamp will not get fully charged due to reduced sun light, and if the battery is completely drained out during its operation, the internal circuit gets reset and you have to switch on the light manually. In order to avoid this, please charge the lamp under the sun for 2-3 days in the switch off position and start using the light again and make sure that the light get 6-8 hours of sunlight during the day time.

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