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Here are some simple troubleshooting tips to help replace the light bulb on your Frigidaire microwave, FMV156DCA.
·First, disconnect power to your microwave. This can be done by either unplugging it or at the circuit breaker panel.
·To release cover, remove the screw on the light cover (light cover may become very hot, do not touch glass when light is on).
·Remove old light bulb and replace only with equivalent watt bulb available from parts distributor or the manufacturer directly. Bulbs are also available at most hardware stores or lighting centers. Bulbs larger than 30 watts are NOT recommended.
·Close light cover and secure with screw removed in step 2.
I hope this information proves to be helpful. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to reconnect.
yes it could be the bulb is just blown remove it and check that the filaments are still 2gether if they are fine it will be the fuse its usually in the group of fuses under your hood the fuse will be labeled dome or dome light this is the interior light it has its own separate fuse replace the fuse there are usually spares on the inside of the fuse box cover but make sure it is the same as the one that is blown
If you cannot remove cover with normal finger force, then spray with WD40, and grip cover with a pair of vice grips with a cloth wrapped around the jaws, and try turning it that way.
If it will still not come off, then your only option is to break it, and replace bulb, but make sure you can get a replacement cover first.
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most of the interior lights can be replaced by popping off the cover and pulling the bulb. usually there are just a few plastic clips that hold it on. as for the third brake light, there are 2 i believe t16 or t17 star screws that hold the lens on. once you have that off, the rest is obvious.
there are two tabs on light shield grasp both and turn to the left it should come off. if not a little friendly persuassion with a screwdriver should do it. replace with the correct wattage bulb. get an appliance bulb they hold up better than regular ones. should be 25 or 40 watt bulb
No. If you see that the bulb was burned, you can replace it yourself, you dont need to take off the battery terminal since taking it off might cause more trouble to your car. dont worry you cant be electrocuted by a 12V dc by just replacing the bulb