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Maureen, Coleman Graphite Flashlight replace batteries. Remove bottom cap, it will be on tight, if you do not have good strength in your hands use a pair of pliers or channel locks. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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If the flashlight was working properly before you changed batteries, it's most likely that some tolerance is off by just a smidge so that you're not getting quite the right contact to close the circuit. You can make a thin wafer out of aluminum foil that's folded over and over onto itself and use that as a shim to increase pressure on the battery cartridge. That may be all you need.
If there is a switch on this light, as opposed to a simple screw on/screw off pressure connection, I would try checking continuity in the switch to make sure that is working correctly. Many manufacturers cut corners on the fit and construction of their flashlight swtiches, so a part can go out of alignment quickly and easily, causing failure of the switch until you can nudge those parts back in line.
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
It is the battery, I have a similiar Vector light for a few years and tried re-charging the battery but only the little LED light would come on. I have another Vector light, same model and switched batteries from the worjking one to the non-working one and now it works fine.
I then proceeded to purchase a new battery for the non'working one and when I arrived home I installed it and turned on the main light, still won't turn on, I tried the LED's, they work. I figured maybe the new battery needs a good charge so I plugged the charger in and charged the light for 12 hours, still no main light.
I guess the new battery is defective, so now I will return it and exchange it for another one.