1. When was the last time you charged it? 2. There is a factory reset. Make sure the flashlight has been sitting in room temperature for atleast 10 minutes before reseting it. To factory reset, unscrew the battery tube 1/4 of turn, start holding down the switch, screw in battery tube, hold switch until the flashlight turns off. Here's a full Anduril text manual with a helpful diagram and everything explained: u/BrokenRecordBot Anduril


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I had it on a charger recently and I thought that may be the issue but I use it on walks and it just keeps working.. I just have to keep turning it back on. At this point I've probably had it on for over an hour while this has been happening. If this behavior is because of low battery I may just need to find a new charger. Thanks for the info.


Click 3 times from off. The flashlight will blink out the battery voltage. For example Blink-blink-blink - pause - Blink-blink-blink-blink-blink means 3,5V. Batteries are full at ~4.2V, empty at 3.0V


I came here trying to figure out how I'd gotten myself in strobe mode on an SC31 Pro. Your reset description is the clearest one I've read. Thank you so much!


Glad I could help


It just sounds like it needs to be charged


You may have just solved the issue I'm having with my SC31 Pro! I'll have to try this when I get home Update: yep, you saved me bro, updated my own thread with your solution


Loosen the battery tube, hold the button, tighten the tube and keep holding the button til it starts flashing. When it starts flashing, let go of the button. It’s possible they could’ve messed up the thermal calibration so the light thinks it’s hotter than it is.


Do a factory reset as previously described with three other fully charged batteries.