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Remove the lens end of the flashlight. Remove bulb. At the switch there is a small screw that should release the socket for the bulb and what ever else is left in the tube. If battery still stuck should be able to push it on through with what ever you have that will fit in the tube,.
Unscrew the top half of the flash light and pull the bulb straight up, and it's out,
Not to mention there's usually a spare bulb in the base of the flashlight under the spring in a piece of foam. unless someone used it already,
Line up the two pins and slide it back into the to pin holes on top and with the bottom of the flashlight back on with battery's try the on off switch and make sure it lights up and not have dead battery's, if it lights up throw away the old led and screw on the top of flashlight,
put the first one in positive side toward the light,, and the rest go in the same way, make sure the spring is attached to the base and screw it on, the positive side of the battery is the side with the bump on the end,, if it doesn't work after that ,, in the end cap of the flashlight you should have a extra bulb,, replace that and try it ,, be sure to put the spring back on the end cap
The bottom unscrews.When you get the bottom open,screw the top(where the lightbulb is) down further.Hold the flaslight almost sideways and slide the batteries in,then turn the flashlight back up so as not to let the batteries slam.The little positive nipple goes in first for both batteries.After you screw in the bottom,then you can adjust the top end for proper usage/operation.Greg
Hi, The top just screws off and the bulb just pulls out....there should be a replacement bulb in the bottom cap under the spring inside that little plastic holder...just do not touch the bulb with you fingers when installing it. use a tissue paper to hold the bulb... Line up the two little wires with the holes and gently press the new bulb in...
ok first put the back back on and all screws back in unit. The bulb is located on the front of this TV. Now on the back of the unit on each side there is 1 plastic straight head screw on each side of the back of the tv turn these and on the front where the power button is thats a panel that pulls off the bulb is right behind that panel u have to unscrew to phillips screws on bulb case and it pulls right out, the front panel sometimes takes a good little tug to pop it loose just make sure those plastic screws on each side right on the back of tv are loose first. Hope this helps good luck.
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.