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How do you remove the battery? I took off all of the screws but the housing still does not budge (2-halves).

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How do you remove the battery? I took off all of the screws but the housing still does not budge (2-halves).


In March, 2006, Black & Decker purchased Vector Products, Inc. Since the acquisition, Black & Decker has assumed the manufacturing of all Vector products. For customer service and warranty information for Vector products, please contact Black & Decker Customer
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How do I remove the battery?


This is not intended to be a user replaceable battery, although I have found a replacement battery on-line.so that means that SOME people have replaced them. the cost is $9 +s&h. I don't think most camping outfitters would be able to help you with it, But it would be worth a try. My suggestion would be (if you have one in your area) take it to a Batteries Plus store. They are quite good at replacing batteries that are NOT meant for user replacement. Best of luck to you.
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Here is the problem - the D size batteries must have been left in the Maglite too long and corroded a bit so I can't get them out. Can you remove the bulb housing from the flashlight. There is a blue ring that is around the base of the black bulb housing for most of the way. Does that come off? I hope to be able to push the batteries out from the top. Thanks for any help.


The last time I looked you could not really do that, I had the same problem. I got a small piece of music wire (like a coat hanger but made out of harder metal and a bit thinner) and put a small bend in the end and used this to hook the batteries. I would stick it in then twist it so the small "hook" would be over the top of the battery, then pulled it out. Also some battery companys say they will replace any device damaged by their leaking batteries. if you can tell what brand they are you could find out. Also if these are rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries the crud from the inside is toxic, so I would not mess with it
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How do I hook up the two batteries in a Vector 190 sport spotlight. I need to see a wiring diagram for the battery connections.


Quick look at the manual tells me that it is a 12v light, powered by two 6 volt batteries. This means that they must be connected in series. Identify the positive and negative terminals on each battery. You also need to look at how the power is supplied to the unit - i.e., are the batteries connected front to back? The jumper of one battery will connect to the negative terminal to the positive terminal of the second battery (this is a series configuration.) Make sure the batteries are oriented in the proper position in the unit before sealing it up. The manual can be downloaded from here: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/185814/Vector-Sport-Spot-Vec190pob.html#manual
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Removal of end cap


Most likley cause is that the batteries in the flashlight have leaked and has caused the threads on the end cap and flashlight to become fused. If at all possible, try to stand the end of the flashlight in a small plastic container with some PB Blaster, or other decent penetraiting oil, (WD-40 doesn't do very well in this situation). After letting it soak overnight a good 24 hours, put the body of the flashlight into a vice, preferably with rubber or plastic jaws/protectors to keep from galling up the body of the light. Use a good sized pipe wrench to lossen the end cap and spray some penetrating oil onto the threads as you expose more, until loose. You will mark up the end cap, but you'll get it off. Once off, remove the batteries and use some baking soda to neutralize the battery acid. Rinse with water to clean and let dry. Remove any obstructions inside the battery tube with a wooden chopstick, or end of a wooden spoon (so as not to gouge or damage the aluminum tube) Get as much of this crude out and wipe dry. You should be able to freely insert and remove the batteries, if not, keep cleaning the crude until the batteries go in and out easily. Last ditch approach is to return the light to Maglight for them to repair and service. They'll return the light to you just like new, but there will be a charge for their service. Just check their web site for repair details.
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I have been looking for a replacement battery for a Vectorlite 1.5 million candlepower spotlight and it has become apparent that it doesn't exist anymore.


If there is a batteries Plus store near you check with them they can rebuild many batteries . https://www.batteriesplus.com/
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Replacement battery for a Vector # VEC137R flashlight


You can order it from Black and Decker, Vector sold all their product lines to them in 2006 and they carry the replacement battery cheaper than anywhere else I found. http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?pid=69262&tid=16032
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