Tools required: Philips-head screwdriver, common sense.
Materials required: 12V 7AH (12 volt, 7 amp-hour) sealed lead-acid cell. Widely available from around £15, such as the Yuasa NP7-12.
The hardest part is removing the battery pack from the fabric holder. It is fixed tightly with velcro, but once you've got part this, it just slides out.
You then need to remove 12 screws - five on either side and two on the bottom.
Remove the leads from the battery - they'll just slide off.
Give it a charge, and off you go!
This is not endorsed by Bowens or Yuasa and I take no responsibility for you electrocuting yourself!
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