With the purchase of our black lights, you have invested in one of the world’s finest “illumination tools.”
CAUTION: Please use caution with black lights. Black lights should never be directed toward the eyes. There can be damage to the eye from directed exposure.
LIGHT ASSEMBLY: Normally the light assembly is never dismantled. These are LED lights – not the usual florescent or incandescent bulbs one might be accustomed.
BATTERY ASSEMBLY: The flashlights take either AA or AAA batteries depending upon which flashlight is purchased. The carriage assembly will accept 3 batteries; two go in one direction and one in the opposite direction. You can determine which direction by looking at the springs in the assembly. The negative (-) end of the battery goes against the spring (negative end of a battery is the flat side of the battery.)
The positive (+) end of the battery goes against the inside of the flat portion of the carriage assembly.
Finally the entire battery carriage assembly will have a flat side:
and a side with metal bubble. You can see this metal bubble in the picture below.
Sometimes there is a “+” and a “–“ on the assembly, but not always. Place the battery assembly, with the batteries in it, in the tube of the flashlight. Make sure that you place the metal bubble (or “+”) toward the LED light.
We hope that these instructions help. If you have any questions, feel free to call the phone number above.
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