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How to disassemble the rechargeable flashlight? How to charge them?

How to disassemble the rechargeable flashlight? How to charge them?


Take the side button flashlight as an example:

  1. Unscrew the battery back cover and remove the battery.
  2. On the head flashlight lens, you can see a circle with two small round holes. How to remove the mini strong light flashlight ring, after twisting it off with a small clamp, you can remove the light bulb.
  3. Looking in from the front of the flashlight, you can see a semicircular spring pin with two small round holes, take it out with a clamp.
  4. From the inside of the tail switch of the flashlight, the inside of the tail switch can be taken off, it is threaded, first put the rubber inside, then put the switch, and then screw back the fixing coil
KZ02 LED flashlight
KZ02 LED flashlight

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  1. If you want to disassemble the rechargeable flashlight, please make sure you have the relevant technical knowledge and tools to ensure the safety of the operation. Here are the general steps for reference:

Power off: If the flashlight has removable batteries, remove the batteries first and turn off any power switches on the flashlight.

Find the screw holes: Typically, the flashlight’s case attaches with screws. Find and identify the screw holes on the case.

Using a screwdriver: Depending on the type of screw hole (such as Phillips or flat), choose the appropriate screwdriver. Insert a screwdriver into the screw hole and turn counterclockwise to loosen the screw.

Detaching the Housing: When you have loosened all the screws, gently detach the housing of the flashlight. Be careful not to use excessive force to avoid damaging internal parts.

Pay attention to the internal structure: Once you open the case, you will be able to see the internal parts of the flashlight, such as LED lights, circuit boards, etc. Always handle with care so as not to damage or touch sensitive parts.

Note that each flashlight may disassemble differently, so it’s best to read the product manual or refer to the manufacturer’s disassembly guide before attempting any disassembly. Also, if you’re not sure about your technical skills or don’t have the tools, seek professional help.

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  1. How to charge the flashlight?

There are usually two charging methods for flashlight manufacturers: direct plugging in and charging out of the battery. The specific charging method may vary depending on the flashlight model, please refer to your flashlight’s instruction manual or the guide provided by the manufacturer. Here are two common charging methods:

Direct plug-in charging: For flashlights with built-in rechargeable batteries, charging ports such as Micro USB or USB-C are usually used. You just need to connect the flashlight to the power adapter or the USB port of the computer with the corresponding charging cable to start charging. During the charging process, there will usually be an indicator light showing the charging status, and the charging indicator light will stop flashing when the flashlight is fully charged.

Take out the battery to recharge: If your flashlight has a removable battery design, you can take the battery out to recharge. Please turn off the power switch of the flashlight first, and then take out the batteries. Put the battery in a dedicated charger and connect the charger to a power source. According to the parameters set by the charger, wait for a period of time for the battery to be fully charged. When charging is complete, remove the battery and reinstall it in the flashlight.

No matter which charging method you use, please observe the following precautions:

Use the original charger or certified charging equipment to ensure the safety and charging effect of the charging process.

Follow the recommendations for charging time and frequency in the flashlight instruction manual to avoid overcharging or frequent charging.

During the charging process, try to keep the flashlight out of contact with water or humid environments to prevent damage to the battery and charging components.

If you find that the flashlight is overheating, smoking or other abnormal conditions during charging, please stop using it immediately and contact the manufacturer or relevant professionals for inspection and repair.

Note that the above are general guidelines only, and specific steps may vary by flashlight model and brand.