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If the row is FLASHING... click the button FOUR times.
If the row is SOLID... click the button THREE times.
If the row is KNIGHT RIDER MODE (SIDE TO SIDE)... click the button TWO times.… see more
If the row is FLASHING... click the button FOUR times.
If the row is SOLID... click the button THREE times.
If the row is KNIGHT RIDER MODE (SIDE TO SIDE)... click the button TWO times.
If the row is RANDOM... click the button ONE time.
This way, you can turn each row off quickly and cleanly, and feel like an action hero!
Alternatively, you can take the four seconds to hold the buttons down, simultaneously or one at a time, and they will turn off that way, too. see less

By Night Ranger on 27 May 2015
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Yes you can, the bracket stays on the frame and the light slides in and out. Once it's in you have to press a tab to remove the light.
By Bruno Silva on 20 January 2015
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Yes it is. Mine came with a clamp and screw arrangement.
By Neil Ord on 24 January 2015
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2 x AA. A really bright rear light. Very reliable not like some cheap ones which go out on the first bump you hit!
By txbnet on 21 October 2014
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