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FM/AM GE Digital clock radio model#7-4966 display bulb burned out

I can not find a display bulb anywhere for my GE Clock Radio which i have had for a very long time. Where can i get this bulb to replace it. I can't not see the time on my clock radio.

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    Display buld has burned out and need to find part 7-4966.

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Geri, I recently had the same problem with my GE model 7-4966 clock radio. The radio manual states that there is a spare bulb included and stored on the underside of the battery compartment door on the bottom of the clock radio. To replace the bulb: 1. Twist the bulb bar handle on the underside of the radio to unlock and remove the holder. 2. Carefully pull the bulb out of the holder and replace with the spare bulb. 3. Place the holder back in place, twist the bar handle to the right to "lock" the bulb holder in position.
In case you can't find a spare bulb, the manual states "use only a GE259 or equivalent 6.3 volt, wedge base bulb. A clerk at Radio Shack told me she could get a replacement bulb.
Dennis60

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