Battery wall sconce, on the other hand, work fine, and are usually so energy efficient that you only need to replace the batteries once a year. Remove the screws on the light’s top cover and remove it. Press the tabs on the cover to reveal the battery container. Replace the batteries in slots, matching up plus and minus symbols for correct polarity. Secure the cover back on and attach the top cover. Fully tighten the screws to prevent rainwater seeps into the light.
Loosen the lamp from battery wall sconce mounting bracket. Determine the location of the door where you want to mount the bracket, measuring the width of the door to find the exact midpoint, if desired. Hold the bracket in place and Mark the position of the screw holes on the door with a pencil. Set the bracket for the part, and the drill pilot holes of pencil marks, by means of a bit short enough that they will not penetrate all the way through the door. Hold the bracket in position again and set screws, tighten them with a screwdriver. Hold the lamp in place on the bracket and screw it securely in again. Now your battery wall sconce can bright again.