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look where the batteries go and make sure there is no crud or corrosion in the housing or on the spring in the end cap .if you remove the bulb and check the voltage using a multimeter ,if its under 3 volts you have a bad connection somewhere in the housing.
Insure the batteries are working correct and in the proper direction. Also double check the bulb to isure it was not damaged and put in correctly. If it was working before new bulb inst. try a new bulb
Check in the base of the torch and you will see the spare bulb. you need to pull the spring out to get at it. Next unscrew the top off the torch to expose the bulb. The bulb is easily removed by gently pulling straight out. Replace the new bulb in the same way, lining the two pins up with the holes (doesn't matter which way round) and wipe the bulb clean of any finger grease etc. Screw the top back on and replace the spring in the base before screwing the base back on.. Replacement bulbs, and all other parts for that matter, are easily sourced at any good outdoor store that stocks MAG.
yes the bulb assy can be removed as it's basically the switch you need like a special tool for removing it. but first which brand of battery is in it. both energizer and Duracell have warranty about replacing item that the battery has damaged. try that route is my suggestion before trying to remove batteries and possibly breaking the switch. you can get one sent to you by calling up customer service as i replaced one before mini mag lite also.