Question about KitchenAid KEBC107 Electric Single Oven
Facing the head of the bulb...away from the base...turn it counterclockwise....that is..to the left. If you like, use a rubber glove to protect your hands in case it shatters. Use a slight jerking motion to break it free.
Right when you're trying to remove an old light bulb, it breaks on you, leaving a base stuck inside the socket. Here's how to remove it quickly and safely.
Step1Turn off power to the bulb and unplug the lamp. Step2Put on protective gloves. Step3Grip the metal lip of the bulb with needle-nose pliers. Step4Gently unscrew the bulb base, turning it the same way you would an unbroken bulb. Watch your fingers while turning the bulb base. Sheered glass remnants may still be inside. Step5Remove the bulb base from the socket. Step6Be sure to vacuum up any broken glass from the floor.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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