Older C-Cell MagLite Switch R&R

vicv

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I am probably going need to forgo that step. A "Man's got to know his limitations." and that kind of limitations is mine.


I will be applying a thin coat of OxGard to the entire surface of all contacts because most of them appear to be aluminum, which should improve connectivity and prevent corrosion in the future.

I appreciate both of you (ABTOMAT and vicv) replying! I have learned so much about MagLite along, not to mention other brands and types, from joining the forum on Sunday.
Thanks!

Can't solder? It's ok. It's not a necessary step. I just wanted to remove as much resistance as possible
 

vicv

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I would recommend it on all mag lights. The C and the D is the same thing really. I just found that the spring is quite thin. So it can't be very good for high current set ups. It only takes a couple minutes to bypass it, so why not
 
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