Question about Refrigerators
This is where you are going to have to get ruff. Be sure the refigerator is UNPLUGGED. Grab one side of the base of the bulb with your pliers and rotate counter clockwise. Only way to get it out. Short of taking the whole light bulb assy out of the unit. More then likely got a little rust on the base of bulb and just enough to make it stick. Once it breaks loose you are home free. ken
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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