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Running from 2 AAA batteries this Maglite conversion really shines! Seriously this is a hacked together Maglite and BBQ lighter Frankenlight that takes less than 15 minutes to ...
You will need a AAA Maglite or similar and an old BBQ lighter with a flexible neck. Also needed are 2 bright white LEDs and a resistor that ...
The LEDs are soldered in parallel and a resistor is soldered to the Anode (+) and the leads are trimmed short. Two wires are then soldered to the ...
The BBQ lighter headpiece is cut with a Dremel or similar tool. This is to expose the side for lighting. If you are making a flexible neck flashlight ...
The lighter headpiece is placed back onto the end of the flex neck, Note the LED positioning and remove the headpiece to adjust the LEDs so that they ...
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