6. Disconnect the bulb wire from the red power wire.
7. Unsnap the hairpin retaining wires from the reflector's flange.
8. Using the screwdriver, loosen the retaining screw to remove the bulb from the
reflector (no need to completely remove this screw).
9. Lift out the bulb and detach wire.
10. Insert the replacement bulb into the reflector's flange.
11. Put back and secure the hairpin retaining wires.
12. Connect the bulb power wire to the red power wire.
13. Tighten the retaining screw on the flange.
14. Place the reflector in position in the body of the spotlight.
15. Replace the rubber "O" ring in the groove around the perimeter of the
16. Replace glass and retaining ring so the screw holes are aligned.
17. Secure retaining ring with two screws.
18. Replace rubber bezel.
19. Operate switch to ensure proper operation of spotlight.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, replace bulb with 6 volt H3 55 watt only.
The battery should last the service life of the unit. Contact Technical Support toll-
free at 800-544-6986 for any information you may need.
The RBRC™ Seal
The RBRC™ (Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation) Seal on the lead
acid battery (or battery pack) indicates that the costs to recycle the battery (or
battery pack) at the end of its useful life have already been paid by Black &
Decker. In some areas, it is illegal to place spent lead acid batteries in the
trash or municipal solid waste stream and the RBRC program provides an
environmentally conscious alternative.
RBRC in cooperation with Black & Decker and other battery users, has established
programs in the United States and Canada to
facilitate the collection of spent lead acid batteries. Help protect our environment and
conserve natural resources by returning the lead acid battery to an authorized
Black & Decker service center or to your local retailer for recycling. You may also contact
your local recycling center for information on where to drop off the spent battery, or call
• Do not dispose of the battery in fire as this may result in an explosion.
• Before disposing of the battery, protect exposed terminals with heavy-duty
electrical tape to prevent shorting (shorting can result in injury or fire).
• Do not expose battery to fire or intense heat as it may explode.
• For more information on recycling this battery, call toll-free 800-544-6986.
12 Volt DC Charging Adapter Plug Fuse Replacement
The fuse in the plug end of the 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter protects the
adapter's charging circuit. If the 120 Volt AC Charger operates, but the DC
charging adapter does not, then this fuse may be opened (blown).
To replace the fuse:
1. Unscrew the end cap of the DC plug (counterclockwise).
2. Remove spring center contact and fuse.
3. Check fuse with a continuity checker.
4. If blown, locate a replacement 0.5 amp/250 volt fuse.
5. Replace the fuse, spring, contact and end cap.
6. Screw end cap clockwise until it is finger tight – DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.
7. Test for proper operation of the 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter.
No Battery Status Indicator LEDs Light When Charging
1. Check connection to the 120 Volt AC Charger or 12 Volt DC Charging Port.
2. Check connection to AC or DC power source.
3. Confirm there is a functioning AC or DC current.
Unit Will Not Operate
1. The Spotlight will not operate when charging. Be sure all adapters are
disconnected before Spotlight use.
2. If you suspect the bulb is blown, check the filament. If the filament is coiled
and unbroken, the bulb is not blown. If bulb is blown, replace it.
3. The battery may be completely discharged. Charge the unit following the
directions on page 2.
4. If the Spotlight does not operate after recharging as directed, contact
Technical Support toll-free at 800-544-6986.
6 volt, H3 series, 55 watt
Maintenance-free, sealed lead acid,
6 volt, 3 amp hour
UL Listed Class 2, 12 volt DC (500 mA)
DC Plug Fuse: