Question about Stinger Streamlight 75000
How do I get the switch out. I have removed the tail cap, lens and batt, removed the charging screws (2) I have a long rod pushing from the Batt side toward the lens.while I am pressing the switch in.
You have to push the light down from the long rod you have there while compressing the two grids with a needle nose plier. The switch should be able to slide right out that is if it's a black switch. However...if you have the older version of the switch module that either has a clear/beige switch or clear beige/cream switch you need to bang that ****** out. Try not to hurt yourself because this can get a little tougher and may take a couple of practice to actually get that switch out. If all else fails send it back to Streamlight repair department. It's covered under lifetime warranty you know ;) www.streamlight.com follow the contact section and the addy's there. goodluck
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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