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Thanks for the kind offer. However the USA is far from here (=Hungary), sending parcels from here is either expensive or cumbersome and slow. Or both
Anyway, I was not patient enough and yesterday managed to screw the head off with the help of a lathe chuck and a heat gun. The inside looked terrible because of the electrolysis products, but after cleaning and drying it works
My question is: when I reassemble the torch, which thread locker should I use? Is Loctite blue OK?
Did your replacement solved the problem, were you able to use the light without other floodings?
I've reassembled the light with new o-rings and have not experienced any problem since (on ~20 cave and night dives). Now I'm thinking about converting it to UV, because the LED part can be very easily replaced.