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Repair for LED, incandescent, and other handheld electric light sources.

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How to remove dead batteries from flashlights?

Does anyone know how to get dead batteries out of flashlights when the batteries have swollen up and wont slide out on their own?

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Brian R , Wear gloves and eye protection. If normal type battery, drill a small pilot hole in battery, use an old cork screw or coarse lag screw threaded into battery(approx. 1/2 way or a little more). If really stuck and corroded you may have to heat the flashlight casing up with a hair dryer/heat gun to aid in removal of batteries. Grasp the cork screw/screw and pull battery out. repeat for second battery if needed. Dispose of old battery in appropriate manner. Video links below may help. Good luck.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwARuAc7...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHXojM5v...

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I forgot to mention this is an AA Maglite. Thank you for the helpful responses!

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If this one has both a removable light and removable bottom take both off. You should then be able to get a screwdriver in and help push the batteries out.

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I forgot to mention this is an AA Maglite. Thank you for the helpful responses!

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For removing a stuck (AA) battery - from my camera - this worked like a charm and was least intrusive.

  • I put the camera on it’s side so the stuck battery was facing the ceiling and was COMPLETELY LEVEL.
  • I smeared a little super glue onto the top of the stuck battery but not close to the battery’s edge!!!
  • I placed a thick metal nut on top of and in the center of the battery. The nut must be smaller than the battery.
  • I added extra super glue into the center region of the metal nut.
  • I let it set until the next day. Then, simply used a wrench on the nut to move it until it was free; then could simply extract the battery.

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