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Introducción

If your toy lightsaber needs new batteries, follow this guide. People always expect the lightsaber to light up whenever they see them in the movies, so it makes sense that people might forget that there’s an earthly non-sci-fi reason why the blade lights up for these grounded imitations. Truthfully, it’s usually not an item professional fixers would be called on to repair. Therefore, it is imperative for people to have the knowledge to be able fix a toy lightsaber with basic tools they could find around the house and without the stress of trying to find a professional.


  1. Remove the Lightsaber blade by carefully twisting it off the hilt. Be gentle during this process to avoid damaging the blade or the hilt. Be gentle during this process to avoid damaging the blade or the hilt.
    • Remove the Lightsaber blade by carefully twisting it off the hilt.

    • Be gentle during this process to avoid damaging the blade or the hilt.

  2. Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the 3.5 mm screws on the hilt. Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the 3.5 mm screws on the hilt. Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the 3.5 mm screws on the hilt.
    • Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the 3.5 mm screws on the hilt.

  3. Remove the old C batteries. If the batteries were leaking, be sure you thoroughly clean the inside of the hilt with a pair of tweezers to scrape off the battery acid and wipe away any acid that remains with a tissue or napkin. Battery acid is toxic and dangerous for your health. Wear gloves to protect yourself.
    • Remove the old C batteries.

    • If the batteries were leaking, be sure you thoroughly clean the inside of the hilt with a pair of tweezers to scrape off the battery acid and wipe away any acid that remains with a tissue or napkin.

    • Battery acid is toxic and dangerous for your health. Wear gloves to protect yourself.

  4. Place the new C batteries inside the newly cleaned hilt. Place the new C batteries inside the newly cleaned hilt. Place the new C batteries inside the newly cleaned hilt.
    • Place the new C batteries inside the newly cleaned hilt.

  5. Use your Philips #2 screwdriver to screw the 3.5 mm screws back into the hilt. Use your Philips #2 screwdriver to screw the 3.5 mm screws back into the hilt. Use your Philips #2 screwdriver to screw the 3.5 mm screws back into the hilt.
    • Use your Philips #2 screwdriver to screw the 3.5 mm screws back into the hilt.

  6. Lastly, twist the Lightsaber blade back on top of the hilt. Press the red button on the hilt to test if the blade glows. If the blade doesn't glow, start over and try again with different C batteries.
    • Lastly, twist the Lightsaber blade back on top of the hilt.

    • Press the red button on the hilt to test if the blade glows.

    • If the blade doesn't glow, start over and try again with different C batteries.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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