Inalsa Emergency Light Service
Inalsa is India's fastest-growing home appliance company, with a diverse product line. Because they are simple to use and provide good value for money, Inalsa emergency lights are a smart and effective option to buy. The emergency light service team at Inalsa is dedicated to providing high-quality goods and solutions to its clients.
The Inalsa emergency light is lightweight and you can use it anywhere in the house. It’s easy-grasp handle provides a comfortable grip. The Inalsa emergency light service team allows you to instantly book a service call and track the progress of any Inalsa product you own.
There are a few things you may do if your emergency light has stopped working or is not going on. It is a cause of worry particularly when there is no power. To address the problem, contact the Inalsa emergency light service team as soon as possible. In less than 60 seconds, you may use OneDios to book a service call for emergency light concerns.
1. Airflow problem
Closed lights with poor ventilation may alter the temperature of an LED bulb, causing it to overheat and limiting its lifespan. As a result, led bulbs must be properly ventilated.
2. Bad Smell
The new smell might be coming from the bulb's plastic parts, wiring, leftover grease, or paint that has been heated for the first time and emits a chemical odour. To fix this issue, please call the Inalsa emergency light service team.
3. Body broken
If any of the parts of the emergency light have broken, kindly contact the Inalsa emergency light customer service team to replace or repair it.
4. Body melted
Overheating is one of the most common causes of LED bulbs melting out. It is best to contact the Inalsa emergency light service team as soon as possible.
5. Color peel off
If the paint on your emergency light is flaking or peeling, call the Inalsa emergency light customer care number to see if there is any risk.
Your emergency ceiling light may have broken during delivery or handling. Please call the Inalsa customer care number to fix it.
Loose connections or circuits are another common cause of flickering or uneven light flow in LED lights.
8. Display not working
A red LED light on the emergency light charging sign shows that the light fitting is being charged. If you feel there is a problem with the light, please contact the Inalsa emergency light service team.
10. Does not operate
Emergency lighting is used in times of emergency when regular electrical illumination is lost due to a breakdown of the main power supply, such as a power outage or a fire. If you are facing a similar issue, please contact the Inalsa emergency light customer care number.
11. Glass broken
If the glass cracks, the bulb will still work, but only for a very short period of time. To change the LED bulb, you should contact the Inalsa emergency light service team.
12. Electric Shock
Consider the shock as a message! Electric shocks of any type are unsafe. Please call Inalsa customer care or the Inalsa emergency light service team as soon as possible if your emergency light is giving you a shock.
13. Heating problem
Many issues, such as insufficient heat sinking and excessive LED output, can cause overheating.
Heat accumulation, over-tightening bulbs, and using LEDs in the wrong electrical circuits and accessories are all major reasons for LED failure.
15. Jar broken
Only LED bulbs that have been verified as "enclosed-rated" will work properly in enclosed light fixtures. Regular LED bulbs can be used, but they will rapidly degrade or lose their efficacy.
16. Knob issues
The test button can be used to create a power loss in order to evaluate the light's functionality. If you have a problem with the test button, call the Inalsa emergency light customer care number.
When water is present in an electrical fixture, it works as a channel for electricity. Therefore, it is possible to receive a harmful and perhaps fatal shock. Even touching the light switch for your ceiling light might cause an electric shock. Water in your light fixture might be a fire hazard. For help, please contact the Inalsa emergency light service team.
18. Lock problem
Switchable emergency lighting allows you to use your emergency light in the same way that you would a regular light that you can turn on and off.
19. Missing part
An emergency light includes an LED, a battery, a test button, and other parts. If any of the parts are missing, please contact the Inalsa emergency light service team.
20. Noise problem
If you hear a buzzing sound in the emergency escape unit, it is possible that the charging device that keeps the battery pack charged is broken. This means that the item needs to be repaired or replaced. It is better to call the Inalsa emergency light service team and fix it.
21. Other Symptoms
Other common issues with emergency lights include emergency lights staying on, lights blinking on and off, led bulbs have failed, etc. Such issues can be resolved by calling the Inalsa emergency light service team.
22. Packing damage
Call the Inalsa emergency light customer care number if your emergency light arrives with damaged packaging.
23. Sometimes, it stops
In the event that this LED bulb burns out, the emergency exit light will not illuminate. You should call the Inalsa emergency light service team to replace the LED lights.
24. Stops immediately
If the emergency light suddenly stops working, you should call the Inalsa emergency light service team.
25. Wire problem
These lights are wired to the house's power source so that the internal batteries may be charged nonstop. This provides backup power for the lighting. Please call the Inalsa emergency light customer service number if you have a wiring problem.
26. Wrong parameter display
The charging of the emergency light is shown by a red LED light on the charging display. Please call the Inalsa emergency light customer care number if you feel there is an issue with the light.
1. Demo Request
If you have purchased a new emergency light and are using it for the first time. Please contact the Inalsa emergency light customer care number for demo issues.
2. Installation Request
If you have any experience hanging or mounting other things, or basic tool skills, mounting your emergency light should be easy. However, it is still better to book an installation for your emergency light with the Inalsa emergency light service team or Inalsa emergency light customer care number.
Q1. How long should an emergency light be charged for?
It is suggested that the emergency light be used and charged on a regular basis. After every 3 months of storage, please charge it for about 15 hours.
Q2. What is the deal with my emergency exit buzzing?
If you hear a buzzing sound coming from the emergency escape unit, it is likely that the charging device that keeps the battery pack charged is broken.
Q3. Is it necessary to have emergency lighting on all of the time?
Emergency lighting should be connected to its power source at all times, although it does not have to be lit at all times.