Question about MagLite Rechargeable Flashlight System
There's not much that can go wrong with the switch but things do happen.
I can tell you how to remove the SWITCH then you can go to www.maglite.com to order a new switch if you then think that's what the problem is. However, I do not know how to actually 'test' the SWITCH itsself to determine if it is defective. I have the rechargeable model which is nearly 20yrs old and it developed the same issue about 10yrs ago. I simply removed the old switch, ordered a new one, installed it and now have a happy light.
Let me know and I will send you instructions. :)
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Nearly 5 years later and still noone has answered how to replace the switch? wow
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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