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Features: Solar stairs light contains 1 LEDs and equipped with a 600mAh Ni-MH rechargeable battery and high conversion monocrystalline solar panels. Automatically turn on when it's dark and turn off when there is light. Sometimes it might light fewer hours because of poor sunlight. No confusing wires, easy to install, done in less than a minute.Each light comes with a screws pack to help easy installation. Solar outdoor lights are water-resistant. Great solar light for outdoor patio, garden, deck, backyard, pool, fence, yard, pathway, driveway, stairway,outside wall, fence, outdoor Christmas light decorations, etc. Attention for first-time use: There is a button in the battery box. Please press it to “ON” position, then the automatic system will start to work. When environment turns dark, the solar light will light automatic. In a day, the solar light will turn off and store energy from solar panel automatic. If you press the button again, the current will break off to keep energy. If light can not turn on automatically in a night after 6 hours of charging at day, please check following things: (1)To make sure the power switch is in the “ON” position. (2) To check the battery to ensure that they are making securely to contact with the terminals.

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