How to Turn on a Light Bulb with a Battery?

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To turn on a light bulb by using a battery, start by stripping ends of two lengths of insulated wire. Then, join an end of one wire, which will be the ground wire, to your negative end of your battery. Thereafter, connect the other end of your wire to the negative of a light bulb. Next, connect the other end of your second wire to the positive end. Lastly, connect the other end to a metal side of your light bulb.
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How to Turn on a Light Bulb With a Battery
When using a battery to turn on the light bulb, it's highly important that the battery and the light bulb match in terms of power requirements. Find out how to use eight 1.5 volt batteries to power a 12 volt light bulb with help from a science teacher in... More »
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By creating a simple circuit, you can turn a light bulb on with the power of a battery. Using a flashlight bulb is easier, since this requires less voltage. You'll need 2 D cell batteries, some small wood blocks, some Number 22 insulated wire, a drywall nail, some thumbtacks, and a clothespin to get started. You can find more information at www.energizer.com
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