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    Lamp problem

    i have a problem with the built-in lamp connector in my bbs02. When I mounted the lamp I happened to short-circuit the cord towards the bike, it was a "poff" and a flash. after that the lamp does not work anymore. I have tried measuring on the cable and getting only 2V. Can this be fixed or should I just get an ordinary battery light instead?

    #2
    It sounds like you fried the DC converter for the light, to me, but make sure your wiring is solid before concluding that.

    I don't have that feature, so I don't know what component to replace, but yes, replacing either the controller or display, whichever contains the light driver, should fix it.
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      #3
      I was afraid that's the only solution.
      I think that's too much money for a working lamp.

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        #4
        You can get a DC Buck converter to turn battery voltage into 5V, 12V, or whatever you need, for 10-20 bucks. Or you can get a light which will run on battery voltage for the same cost. So, you still have options without having to resort to separate batteries.
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