Rayovac Flashlight - 2 Cell Dark Green Plastic Right Angle with Could Logo - Model No. TL-122-D (c. 1944)
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Rayovac 2 Cell Dark Green Plastic Right Angle with Could Logo  
Rayovac 2 Cell Dark Green Plastic Right Angle with Could Logo

Value: $25.00
Manufacturer: Rayovac
Mfgr. Model #: TL-122-D
Circa: 1944
Battery: 2D
Style: Right Angle

Online Since: 8/06/2003
FM Reference #: RA00019

I just picked one of these up at a Flea market, works great. It has the spare red lens in the extra screw-off at the bottom. It has no makers name, but has the TL-122 ID.
Jun 5, 2010 - 8:15 PM
  gary jaynes
I found a flashlight with a switch that wold not move. I took out the lens, reflector,and other end. I then sprayed switch with wd40. I then sprayed inside of light. I then took quarter and kept working the switch back and forth. The switch is not on until it stops at button
Feb 4, 2010 - 8:21 PM
Hello Art and Sara, I have found more times than not that it is oxidation. Take the lense cover off and remove the reflector. Use some steel wool to scub the outside(not where the bulb shines). You may also have some oxidation on the copper parts that touch the back of the bulb and the outside of the reflector. The other place for oxidation is the base where the spring is. Also Sara, the flashlight had another compartment for spare different cover lenses I hope this helps! HD
Nov 10, 2006 - 4:27 PM
I found a flashlight like this while cleaning an outbuilding. I think it belonged to my grandfather who was born in 1900. I cleaned it up and put in fresh batteries and a replacement bulb but I can't get it to work. Any ideas? Anyone know why the bottom part has a threaded compartment? Mine is missing.
Nov 9, 2006 - 6:10 PM
I have this flashlight and am looking for repair tips. I put fresh batteries and a new bulb in it, no luck. Anybody know about the switch?
Sep 24, 2006 - 4:36 AM
This is the 4th version of the flashlight used by us troops in WW2. The date is most likely 1944.See Olive drab.com for a complete history of the G.I flashlight.
Oct 1, 2005 - 9:02 PM

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