Solar Light Installation & Instructions

 

Solar Light Stakes:


 
Read instructions before using this product: 

  • To activate your solar stake light, gently remove the pole from the round solar light unit and pull the orange tab.   This will activate your light.
  • At the end of the pole, gently pull out the black stake, and flip it (pointed stake will now be visible) and re-insert into bottom of pole, until flush.
  • Gently press pole with pointed stake into soft dirt/soil that has been loosened with a shovel or soaked with water to soften.
  • Once your pole is in desired location in ground or pot, place round solar light, onto pole, until round globe is flush with pole. Be sure your solar stake is in location that receives direct sunlight for a minimum of 5-6 hours.  

 

Locating the Fixture:  Product performance will vary based on duration and intensity of the sunlight exposure.  Shaded locations or cloudy conditions will affect solar light performance.


This product is not a toy and must not be operated by children. Replacement NiCd AA batteries are available at major home improvement hardware stores.


Hanging Solar & Chandelier Lights:
 

Read instructions before using this product: 

  • Gently twist (counter clockwise) black solar cap off lamp and gently slide/push battery into place.
  • Line up lamp tabs to lid impressions and gently twist cap  (clockwise) to securely close.
  • Hang solar light in location that receives direct sunlight.  


Locating the Fixture:  Product performance will vary based on
duration and intensity of the sunlight exposure.  Shaded locations or cloudy conditions will affect solar light performance. For best results, keep solar panel clean, by periodically wiping with damp paper towel.


Notice:  Do not submerge in water, as the product can be damaged. This product is not a toy and must not be operated by children. Replacement NiCd AA batteries are available at major home improvement hardware stores.


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