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make sure the metal contacts that touch the bulb are clean on both ends. they get rusty on an old light. also check the push button switch. try switching it off and on several times. if that doesn't help and you have a voltmeter, check to see if voltage is getting through the switch. if you're getting power to the circuit board, all wires are hooked up, and the bulb contacts are clean, it's probably the 3 pin part in a TO220 package on the circuit board. it's the part fastened to the light housing which serves as a heatsink. i never could find out what the part was when mine failed.

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