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The battery is not replaceable according to the manufacturer.
Sorry!

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It's possible but you have to use a razor saw and cut the top off the lantern. Go around the top and cut only through the plastic. Don't try to saw a single cut all the way through the whole top at once. You can then replace the 2 CR1220 batteries inside. I added some tabs to the top with scrap plastic and drilled holes so the handle would hold everything in place.

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