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It unscrews at bottom. but one battery is stuck at the top
If this is an alkaline battery, it may be stuck due to corrosion. I would carefully slide a solution of liquid soap and water going a little heavier on the soap. Dial soap is perfect, and let it sit for 24 hours. The batteries should slide right out. Try it
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
You may have to drill a hole in the batt and pull it out. Probably has acid leak on top of it, and the batt. expanded. Seen this once with a Tape recorder and used a wirehook to get it out. It aint easy, but it can be done and not hurt the light.
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