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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All The info I can find nothing tells us how to change the batteries. Is this a rechargable light, if so the batteries are not available for replacement. If not then the top has to screw off, or the bottom plate must screw off, there isn't any other way. What I have read is that these on this light are very hard to remove, at least that is what folks are complaining about. this light has also been discontinued and no longer availabe. if your afraid of breaking the light then I would contact Coleman for their advice since there seems to be none to be found on any bulletins they have put out.
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
I got it off. All you need is pliers. You take pliers and twist the bottom of torch with them. It'll come off in a minute or two, just keep twisting!
Posted on Feb 24, 2013
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