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Jerdon products jgl9w directions to change light bulbs


This vanity mirror uses (2) 9-watt fluorescent bulbs, which should last for the life of the product. The light is manufactured with the old-fashion preheat ballast tubes. In order to light the bulbs you must hold the "ON" switch DOWN for 5 to ten seconds then the lights light and you let go of the switch.
As for changing the bulbs, I'm not familiar with this product, but if I had to guess, the clear plastic front covers over the bulbs probably just snap into place. Removing the covers should give access to the bulbs.

Apr 12, 2014 | Home

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Brake lights staying on


bad earth or the wrong bulb in the back lights but to answer correctly i would need to know the type of lighting system used and make and model of car ,as american cars do not have a seperate indicator but the brake light flashes .Your ECM is ok and whoever told you it was faulty is not a proper mechanic ,iam sure you have the wrong bulb in ,like a single pole instead of a twin pole bulb .

Dec 19, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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I need to find the flasher relay for a grand marquis 2001 .does it has one? My turn signals wont work I can hear the sound but don't even flash


Yes, it does have a flasher, although it may be a combined unit with the hazard flashers relay. So you hear the clicking of the flasher relay? That seems to indicate the relay is working properly. Have you checked the bulbs and the turn signal fuse? Any turn signal bulbs light up anywhere, front or back?
How about your brake lights, do they work? Your car may have separate, stand alone turn signals in the rear, but many American cars use the same bulb and same filament on the bulb for the brake lights and turn signals. If your merc is like this and the brake lights work, then the bulb must be good.
Turn on the hazard flashers and see if all bulbs work and flash at each corner of the car. This would be the same bulb as for the turn signals. If they work, it could be a bad turn signal switch, may even be the flasher relay somehow malfunctioning, and in a few cases, a bad hazard switch can affect the turn signal switch. Check fuses and bulbs first. If you have any type of body control module that controls lights and other accessories, you may have to investigate that. I know I'm not being very helpful, just throwing out a few suggestions. Good luck.

May 21, 2012 | 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis

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What type of replacement bulbs do I need for my brake lights?


not sure depends on what they had available on teh assembly on the night shift it was built i suppose ,american models use a capless bulb but the europeon models have capped bulbs and yellow indicators ,the stop light will be a 12v 21watt /6 watt bulb the american version will have a capless 12v single filament

Jul 09, 2011 | 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

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Blue blob on screen starting at lower left and creeping up onto center of screen. Longer the TV is on, worse the blob gets.


It is most likly an optical problem with dust or a haze onthe optics or a bulb problem or could be a bad LCD display. If I were youand if you are handy, get a service manual, look at how to disassemble theoptics and light housing, and clean everything first, but NEVER ever sprayanything onto the optics and use just a slightly damped soft cloth, never anypaper product. Or the way the pros recommend is with compressed air, butif it is canned air, be careful, as those things get cold and you can easilydamage something. In a good camera storethey will have a bulb type blower to clean lenses off .

If your problem is with the light engine Hitachi has extended the warranty of theengines out to 3 years. You'll need to contact an authorized Hitachi service center tohave this fixed at no charge.

Mar 14, 2011 | Hitachi 50V500 50 in. HD-Ready LCD...

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I have a 2003 chevy impala and the ash tray light is out. I would like to replace it and need instructions


Hello alex.... the bulb you need is a #194, TYPE OE, available at most any auto parts store and possibly even a Walmart for about one dollar American.

you can just pull it straight out. If you can't get a good grip, you can even use pliers if you are careful.

Mar 11, 2011 | Chevrolet Impala Cars & Trucks

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I have a nigh owl optics night vision monocular. I bought it about 10 years ago . It has two buttons. One is the "On" button. The other is the IR LED. Both the red and the green lights are lit....


Ten year sounds fine. You got ten years out of Russian manufacture NV monocular, even though it has Night Owl Logo on it. Send to me, I new some parts. I can get the gen 1 Russian image intensfier tube, or you can sen to Night Owl Optics in El Paso, TX.

Some of use think we know what we are doing with NV but without parts or even schematic for them we are sometime not ability to fix these NV devises. I have a couple of suppliers that will provide some image intensifier tubes; of course, on American image tubes all American Citzens can buy them but they are really expensive. The ccfl inver, control board, and even the voltage multiplier needs to be manufactured.

Do what ever you think is right, call Night Owl and see what the charges. stewbison

Feb 14, 2011 | Night Owl Optics Optics

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Need to change a turn signal & back brake


PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO RATE!!!

Rear Turn Signal, Brake, & Marker Lights
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Open the trunk.
  3. Unfasten the nuts or other retainers from the rear trim.
  4. Unfasten or release the housing cover retainers.
  5. On some vehicles, you may have to remove the rear fascia/body panel and light assembly to get to the sockets.
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On some vehicles, such as this 1986 Grand Am, you must remove the rear body panel with the lamp

Depending upon vehicle application, remove the lamp socket either by rotating it counterclockwise (approximately 1/4 turn) until the plastic tabs disengage, or by squeezing the metal tangs while pulling the socket from the light assembly

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Remove the lamp socket assembly by turning it counterclockwise, then pulling it out

Generally, side marker lamps use small bulbs with flat, blade-type bases, and tail lights/turn signals use larger, round-based ("bayonet") bulbs.
  1. Remove the bulb from the socket using the appropriate method. Bulbs with blade-type bases pull straight out, while those with round bases and protruding pins (bayonet-type bulbs) must be depressed, then rotated counterclockwise (approximately 1/8 turn) before pulling out.
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Remove the side marker bulb from its socket by pulling straight out

To install:
  1. Secure the bulb in the socket using the appropriate method. Bulbs with blade-type bases push straight in, while those with round bases and protruding pins (bayonet-type bulbs) must be inserted, then depressed and rotated clockwise (approximately 1/8 turn).
  2. Install the lamp socket using the appropriate method. Depending on the type of socket, either engage the plastic tabs, and rotate the socket clockwise (approximately 1/4 turn), or push on the socket until the metal tangs engage.
  3. Install the housing cover nuts.
  4. If removed, install the rear fascia and light assembly.
  5. Install the rear trim.
  6. Connect the negative battery cable, then check the operation of the rear lights.

Oct 17, 2009 | 1995 Buick Skylark

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Brake lights don't work, hazard, turn, drive, and backup do


is this type that uses the indicator bulbs as brake light or the europeon type with seperate lights ??,check for feed to brake light switch first then hold down pedal and for current coming from other terminal.if its all working then check wiring connectors at back where they split to either side what you call pigs tails??if its the other type of wiring where the brake lights also use the indicators then their is some sort of relay but i havent a clue how to check that one out as when i have had american cars to import i have had to rewire to europeon standards .

Jan 04, 2009 | 1993 Lincoln Town Car

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Sony kdf 50we655


heat and dust are two major problems with this type of set.These set can get very dusty inside the optics and cause this type of discoloration .Heat can cause deteriation on optics and or optics cabinet parts .It is possible to clean the optics block for dust issues only but unless you know what your doing and know what areas not to touch inside optics block .Otherwise the block would have to be replaced..

Nov 12, 2007 | Sony Grand WEGA KDF-50WE655 50" Rear...

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