Question about MagLite Mag-Lite& Flashlight
I have a 4 cell maglite and the batteries leaked and are stuck inside. Do you have any agents in South Africa that could repair this for me,
I had the same problem same mag lite.
After removing the lamp ect I soaked the barrel and batteries in WD40 for a few days. Using a soft faced mallet hold the torch in one hand and few sharp blows later the battery was dislodged. I must admit there was not a great deal of corrosion though. I then cleaned out the barrel by wrapping Carborundum paper around a broom handle inserting it into the barrel and just reamed out the barrel cleaned all the swarf out with tissue on the stick sprayed a drop of the WD40 into the barrel and its worked a treat ever since.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Ramrod Manufacturing (PTY) Ltd
47 Staal Street
Randburg. South Africa
Are listed on the maglite website as repairers in South Africa.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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