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CJH

18v Flashlight Bulbs

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After several years, the bulb went out on my 18v flashlight that came in the combo pack with the rest of my 18v tools (Ryobi).

Anyway, I have looked at several of the big box stores and my local small hardware store and no dice. I have seen them on a few websites, but was wondering if there was someplace local in the Twin Cities that carries them??

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

CJH

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2 dealers that may one is 7 corners Hdwr,The other is probably listed in the phone book cant remember the name but it relocated to woodbury

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Just bought those same 18v bulbs at home depot for my milwaukee V18 light....they were in a dewalt package, i did try other H D stores that carried them but were out.... i would check out a store like that

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Thanks for the replies, I will check again at HD, couldn't find them last time. (Its five minutes away).

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delguard (spell check)tool in bloomington should have them

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Found the DeWalt ones at HD. They don't put them in an obvious place, they hide them among the drill bits. It only took me a half an hour to find them!

Thanks for the info guys!

CJH

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