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  • On Jan 9, 2022
    Kristen from WI Asked

    How do I change the batteries on a Savi's Workshop light saber?

    Bright Suns, Kristen!

    I know that you must love your Savi's Workshop Handbuilt Lightsaber! I had the opportunity to build a Lightsaber at Savi's Workshop with my son and his wife on my Disney vacation in November 2021 and I can tell you firsthand that it was amazing! It was a Star Wars religious experience!

    There are three AAA batteries in a Savi's Workshop Handbuilt Lightsaber. The batteries are located at the bottom of the Lightsaber right below, where the Kyber Crystal is (near the Endcap). There are a few easy steps to remove the battery holder and change out the batteries. The only tool that you will need is a small Phillips Head screwdriver. 

    1. First, remove the Endcap piece by twisting counterclockwise until it comes off (the Endcap is the bottom-most part of the Lightsaber)
    2. Then pull out the black battery canister (holder) from the gray cylinder. You may have to rock the battery canister gently back and forth to free it from the gray cylinder. The battery canister should slide out.
    3. Remove the one small Phillips Head bolt on the side of the battery canister (be careful not to lose it)
    4. Slide the battery cover sleeve off to reveal the AAA batteries
    5. Remove the AAA batteries and install new AAA batteries (make sure that the positive and negative battery ends are in their correct position according to the diagram inside the battery canister)
    6. Put the battery cover sleeve back on the battery canister and tighten the Phillips Head bolt
    7. Place the battery canister back into the Lightsaber, making sure you align the red arrows when you put it back in (there is a red arrow on the black battery canister and a red arrow inside the gray cylinder). These two red arrows should be pointing toward the Kyber Crystal if you are installing the battery canister correctly
    8. Install the Endcap piece back onto the Lightsaber by twisting clockwise. You should hear a humming Lightsaber sound when the Encap is tight, which means that you have installed everything correctly
    9. Jedi master, you are now ready for any Lightsaber battles
    May the Force be with you as you change your Lightsaber batteries!

    Marc L.
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Meet the Panelist: Marc, New York

I am a single Father to one incredible boy.  I would love nothing more than to provide people with Disney vacation planning that will enable them to have a new experience or make their Disney vacation just a little more magical! Learn More About Marc

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