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How do I change the bulb of the 6V Eveready Lantern?

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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.

Posted on Jan 09, 2011

  • waikalulu Mar 20, 2011

    This worked great! Eveready should have this as one of their FAQs.

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