"How to replace a broken light bulb:"

From: C. Gilchrist  obrey@kingston.net


First test to see if circuit is dead. Clean broken particles that remain in the socket with a screwdriver or pliers. Insert new light bulb into socket twisting in reverse, as this will remove the broken end of the old light bulb, (usually this is the hardest part to take out). This should clean out all damaged parts, leaving the socket ready for the new light bulb.


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