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Charge and use (battery powered workshop light)

Dazza88

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Hi guys
Just wondering if anyone would be able to help me have a workshop light that I want to use but has the issue of not being able to be used while charging and it’s also fitted with a single 18650 cell but I’ll be changing out the battery with something else I can do but working out this basic circuit board is still even a bit beyond me but once I know what to change or remove I should be fine
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i am not the grammar police, however, please break your question into a few
simple sentences describing the situation,
and write a question

the more clear you are, and the better information you supply, the better the answer
 

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Hi,

That sounds a possibly non-viable set of goals (unless you change more components than is worth doing, I suspect)...

What's the name of the 8-pin SOIC/marking?

What markings are on the SOT devices?

What are on the underside of the board?

All I can read is the SS14 one, a Schottky diode.

Reverse engineering a board is something I'd avoid unless it were vital as it sounds laborious and difficult. You could draw a schematic of what is connected where by following the traces. If there are vias and several layers, bufffff....
 

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