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I bought one tonight at Lowes and they didn't carry the replacement bulbs and i have searched the web and have had no luck finding them. Gives off great light but if i can't replace the bulbs it will be useless once the ones that came with it burn out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I need a new power supply for my Vector Spotlight, Model VEC127Y. Any suggestions as to where one can be purchased?
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
This guy may be able to point you in the right direction being an antique/collector's item.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
You can find the bulbs you need at this link; http://www.bulbs.com/eSpec.aspx?ID=14393&Ref=Light+Bulbs%2c+Ballasts%2c+Fixtures+and+More&RefId=0
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
Start by locating the battery compartment which will be on opposite end of the lamp. The compartment is covered with a protective rubber, tire-tread-like surface.
Twist the cover of the battery compartment counterclockwise to unscrew. Do not unscrew any of the screws on the sides of the spotlight, you need only to use your hand to turn and take off the battery casing cover and expose the batteries.
Remove the old batteries taking note of the orientation of the batteries in relation to positive and negative polarity.
Install replacement batteries, making sure to replace the batteries using the correct polarity.
Replace the cover of the battery compartment by putting it back into place and turning clockwise until secure.
Read more: How to Replace the Battery for an Energizer Hard Case Spotlight | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6182197_replace-energizer-hard-case-spotlight.html#ixzz0sx9yYC1Q
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
Check the battery with a volt meter to make sure you have the correct voltage. If not, replace battery. If correct voltage, bypass switch to determine if it is good or not. If not, replace. There really isn't much to go wrong on the lanterns except the bulb or battery.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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