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Battery my torch battery has just died where do i find a new one

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Wat do u mean torch battery?????????

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FLASHLIGHT

BATTERY INSTALLATION FOR TORCH:
Open the Torch Battery Door located on the bottom of the Torch.
Insert 4 “A A” (1 .5V UM-3) (not included) batteries (alkaline
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