On Fri, 05 Jun 2009 18:53:30 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
What do you base your statement on? I have several of their
flashlights and they all work well. One of my 3-Cell flashlights is
over 20 years old and has spent all of those years in a non-heated
Bend one of the threads a little bit. Not one at the open end. One 3
threads back, so that you can still use the good threads to start
screwing it on, and they will be enough to pull it on when it gets to
the bad thread.
If you don't do it enough, you can do it more later. (make sure it is
meant to screw on that far.)
If you do it too much, you should be able to clean up the bad thread a
bit by twisting a screwdriver in the groove.
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