Question about MagLite 4 Cell C Flashlight Black
Unscrew both ends and spray WD40 or a similar lubricant around the edges of the battery and allow it to penetrate all the way around. Afterward, try tapping around the area where the battery is to loosen it up. Then try shaking it in a up/down motion.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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