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To change the batteries in your flashlight, unscrew and remove the base tailcap, as the end that doesn't have the light. Remove the battery holder, replace batteries and then replace the battery holder in the same way that it was taken out (spring first). http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourth/gled.htm
I gather that you have checked the bulb with a meter to see if it is bad. If it is xenon high intensity then they have a short lifespan because of the heat. If that is not the problem check the batteries with a meter to see if they are good and if they are, replace the switch.
I have a Defiant 7000 flashlight and took a look. When the light is closed, the top of the battery door (1) is right at the lip (2) that keeps the light from over extending. I couldn't get mine to close with the cover loose, but if you did you could carefully drill a hole (3) in the outer casing to see and push the battery door back into place. You could also remove the two philips screws under the rotating magnets on the base and maybe push hard enough to force the top out?
Hi marlyn engaling... Sounds like you need to replace your bulb, it may be burned out. Also check the switch and also make sure the spring in the back of the flashlight is touching the battery tightly to make good contact. Bud
The unit is 3 individual flash lights. Pull one of the flashlights by the head (the light part) it will come out easily once you know what you are doing. The other two may be pulled out in the same manner. The bottom will then unscrew where you will be able to replace the AA batteries. Each flashlight will then go back into place very easily. Hint...test each individual flashlight before putting back together to make sure you have your batteries in the proper place and that they are useable batteries.