Brinkman Pro-Max 5-D: Can it be fixed?

rneithammer

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Newbie here:

I've had this flashlight for years, and like it allot. The plastic innards that contain the switch and bulb holder have finally started to crumble. Before I give up, is there any way to get a new innards assembly, or fix what I have?

Thanks...
 
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VegasF6

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Start here:
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

The Brinkmann Corporation warrants the Brinkmann flashlights against defects due to workmanship or materials for the lifetime of the original owner.
http://www.brinkmann.net/Customer S...lights&subcategory=Flashlights&sku=800-1085-0

I dunno what one year warranty but lifetime on materials means exactly, but might as well try. Also, who keeps receipts on something like this? If it was mine, I might find a way to have a receipt, but I am not suggesting anything unethical.

If that won't work, and this light has particular sentimental value to you, I do have another solution, but I doubt it will be cost efficient.
 
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