Question about Camping, Backpacking & Hiking
You will not find a warranty on this item that covers you problem. These flashlights are not expensive ($5-10). If you want to fix it yourself do this:
Wear rubber gloves and remove any residue using a paper towel. Scrape off any hardened material with the end of a screwdriver. Now, clean the spring with one of those disposable nail files, sand paper, or a wire brush. After it's clean you can coat the spring in some Vaseline petrol jelly. Next time, take out the batteries when not in use to prevent this from happening again.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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