I sent it in just to be sure. My laser did it no matter how fresh the batteries were and I doubt that 15 minutes is enough to drain brand new batteries to a state that would cause it.
The only thing that worries me is that the burning power is eliminated. I was able to keep the beam at TEM00 long enough to pop one balloon right after putting new batteries in, but after that, the mode shift killed it. It's a shame because the beam was still really bright and it looked awesome outside at night even when it was mode shifting
My laser's gotten itself confused with a strobe light!
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