Introduction

The Ladybug Button is located at the handle and its a button to hear her name, sounds and song. The ladybug also controls flash the light on and off.

Locate the battery housing on the back of the flashlight as pictured.
  • Locate the battery housing on the back of the flashlight as pictured.

  • Unscrew the single 8 mm Phillips #1 screw.

    • The screw will stay attached to the cover that will be removed.

  • Lift the battery housing cover to reveal the battery terminals. Remove the batteries.

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Locate the light blue speaker housing on the bottom of the flashlight.
  • Locate the light blue speaker housing on the bottom of the flashlight.

  • Remove the three 6 mm Phillips #0 screws.

  • Once the screws have been removed, pull the housing away from the yellow body of the flashlight. Be careful not to disconnect the white wires from the speaker, unless speaker replacement is required.

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  • Locate the screw covering stickers on the side of the red ring. These two stickers will be slightly larger than the normal stickers. In this case it was a ladybug and a duck on opposite sides of the ring.

  • With a plastic opening tool, gently remove the stickers by prying around the edges. Be careful with these as you will want to reapply them later

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  • Remove the two 8mm Phillips #0 screws from the screw channels found under the stickers in step one. This can be seen in the first photo if step 2.

  • Once the screws have been successfully removed, grasp one half of the ring and pull gently to separate it from the yellow housing. Repeat on the opposite side and the ring is disassembled.

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  • Unscrew the six 8 mm Phillips #0 screws at each of the points circled in red in the first image.

  • To open, separate the two sides of the housing. They should come apart fairly easily, however you may use a spudger to pry it open. Once it's apart, it should look like the second image.

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  • Locate the ladybug button on the handle of the opened flashlight and remove it from its slot.

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Conclusion

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

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I did same thing with one of my tactical flashlight https://tacticalflashlightguide.com/ and it’s worked as well. I have changed my flashlight button without any problem.

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