How to fix a flashlight’s problem: How to replace the bulb.
It’s been a problem for many flashlight manufacturers since the first model was introduced in 1991, and for good reason.
A bulb can last for years and be easy to replace if a defective one breaks.
It also makes it hard to keep a flashlight on and on, which makes it more difficult to take it out of a bag or pocket.
The solution: Replace the bulb with one made of aluminum.
That’s because, thanks to a new class of LED bulbs that are cheaper and easier to make than those that have been made of carbon fiber, aluminum is cheap enough to replace a defective bulb.
(In some cases, the replacement bulb will cost more than the original.)
In this article, we’ll walk you through the process and discuss the pros and cons of using aluminum as a replacement.