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Energizer... | Answered on Jun 29, 2019


The bezel (the circular portion on the front of the flashlight that holds the bulb and lens) will unscrew. The old battery should slide right out.

Hope this helps.

Energizer... | Answered on Jun 29, 2019


Here in the UK I have never had much luck with flashlights (or torches as we call them!) stored in the car-exactly the same problem as you -the battery is always flat when you come to use it. I have even tried slackening the base off to break the contacts-makes no difference. Best to get a rechargeable one like this http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-pcs-15-LED-RECHARGEABLE-WORK-LIGHT-FLASHLIGHT-TOOLS-/330510652438?hash=item4cf3f85416:m:m9OEtxPyWSFj8nAyzf1i4Mw
Only downside is you can't leave this model on charge so if you can try to find one with a regulated power supply which can be left permanently on charge without damaging the batteries. Avoid the million candlepower ones too-yes they are very bright but only last 15 minutes on a charge!

Energizer... | Answered on May 06, 2017


Drop a couple of drops of WD 40 on the bulb retaining ring. Let site overnight and in the morning it will easily unscrew. Note: be sure you use only a couple of drops as you don't want to get it on the reflective lense

Energizer... | Answered on Dec 01, 2016


Check that the contacts where the springs on the battery make contact in the light to see if they are corroded. If so scrape or sand them off.

Energizer... | Answered on Dec 01, 2016


The switch in the lantern is a press fit switch so you will destroy it when you remove it. Remove the lense and retainer ring. Remove the battery. With a pair of pliers, preferably channel lock water pump pliers crush the switch into small piece and discard. Trail Tech makes the exact water resistant switch model 040-ls-b and you can get it at Amazon or on eBay . The switch runs around $6.25 + $4.00 shipping

Energizer... | Answered on Dec 01, 2016


If it is the yellow floating lantern you have to remove the black plastic stub on the underside of the reflector using needlenose pliers to wiggle and slightly pull until it releases and the bulb will come out.

Energizer... | Answered on Dec 01, 2016


Inside the case of the light, there will be 1 wire with a tapered notched connector. Take the connector with the low end of the taper and push it into the negative (-) spring (in between the coils ) of the battery. The spring will wedge the connector it one of the notches and will hold it securely. Reattach the lense carefully seating the end of the bulb onto the positive (+) spring of the battery.

Energizer... | Answered on Nov 21, 2016


To test a flashlight bulb you use an Ohm meter which will detect a broken filament or an open circuit within the bulb. If the bulb is bad it will read "OL" if it's good it will read "00.0"

Energizer... | Answered on Nov 21, 2016


The question does not make sense since it doesn't pertain to the 6 volt dc flashlight

Energizer... | Answered on Nov 21, 2016


Unscrew the head assembly. In the back of the assembly is a small plastic nut. Unscrew this and the bulb should fall out into your hand.

Energizer... | Answered on Nov 01, 2014

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