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How do you change the AA battery's for a Garrity Aluminum Flashlight?

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How do you change the AA battery's for a Garrity Aluminum Flashlight?


If its the one I have ... A battery may have failed and leaked causing it and the battery unit to become stuck. I pulled off the top of mine and pulled out the LED assembly and banged it on the bench a few times and it popped out and I cleaned it up with some baking soda and water.
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I have a Garrity LED tuflight flashlight with 3 AAA batteries. I recently put new batteries in (the others were weak but not dead). Now I can't get it to work. I am not sure if I am not loading it all right. The batteries are in the battery case correctly but I don't know the order of the items. Battery case and then a little round thing with a spring on one side & metal on the other side. Thanks in advance.


You should load the spring/metal piece in first with the spring facing out. then the batteries.
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I have a Garrity Industries #06443....AND BELIEVE IT OR NOT.....I cannot figure out how to open the case to change the batteries. I can unscrew the top of the unit to access the bulb. And, I assume that the small, notched end of the unit unscrews to access the batteries. I just cannot open...even with channel locks. So, I want to be sure that is the correct way to access the batteries before i really crnak on it....Thanks for your help. Bill


The notched end of the unit is the lid of the battery cover. It might be cross-threaded. Immerse that end in hot water and then twist holding with a dry towel. Hopefully that should open it.
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