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Unscrew the top half of the flash light and pull the bulb straight up, and it's out,
Not to mention there's usually a spare bulb in the base of the flashlight under the spring in a piece of foam. unless someone used it already,
Line up the two pins and slide it back into the to pin holes on top and with the bottom of the flashlight back on with battery's try the on off switch and make sure it lights up and not have dead battery's, if it lights up throw away the old led and screw on the top of flashlight,
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 batteries are recommended) into the torch compartment. Be sure the polarity (+ and -) matches, as marked inside the battery compartment. FLASHLIGHT: Slide the Torch Function Switch to the “FLASH” position, the Torch will light. To turn off, slide the Torch Function Switch to the “OFF’ position. FLASH/BLINK FUNCTION: Slide the Torch Function Switch to “FLASH/BLINK” position, tha Torch will light and thc bulbs on both sides of Torch will blink. BULB REPLACEMENT: Rotate the Torch Cover anticlockwise to hear “click” then pull out the cover, remove the old bulb. Then pull out the torch cup, remove the blinker’s old bulbs and reinstall new bulbs. Replace the torch cup, then reinstall a new bulb. Replace the Torch Cover.
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
Hi, I have some experience with this unbekievable good headlight(when it works).
I had a hp10 what started to stop more and more.
After a while it wasn't going on.
5 years warrenty, so i got a new one, the new model.hp11
The main problem is the wire from battery case and the head led.
When there a litte damage inside this wire, light goes of not going on it selfs when it connecting again. After a while it will not work any more.
(if you have a welding station you fix it your self (battery case,can go open by unscrew the wire entrance.)
Chack battery case if the springs are all still connecting the battery.
If you put in one battery false on there is short cut and al sprigs get so hot they will shrink. And stay in that position..fix that your self or ring/ contact the shop you bought it.
There 5 year of garrantie.
Open the hood, on the right hand side you should see an oval hole (about 6 inches back from the front of the car). Take your flashlight and look in the hole, you should see a vertical piece of metal (ignore it) and behind that (relative tp the front of the car) you should see a flat tab. Take a long flatblade screwdriver and push down on the flat tab. Once you push down you can pull on the turn signal out and replace the bulb. The tab holds the turn signal in place.
The bulb is a H4 bulb which you can buy at most Auto Parts Stores, when replacing the bulb do not touch the new bulb with your bare fingers because the oils on your skin will cook on the bulb and shorten the bulb's life. Use a soft cloth when handling the new bulb.