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How do I replace the MR16 bulb?

I have a Cooper Lighting EDISON ET7498P recessed fixture in the ceiling. How do I replace the MR16 bulb in the fixture? I looked on the Cooper Lighting website but did not see this fixture, even in the catalog.

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You may have shorted out the light kit. Did you remove the other bulbs and put in new ones? They may have all blown when you heard the noise. Try that first, and if it still doesn't work, you may have to buy a new light kit. They are not expensive, and you can buy one without the glass bulb holders or cans, whatever you have. Then you can still use yours after you install the new light kit. Good luck!

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This may not apply. There could be an electrical problem. But if you installed the bulb with your hand, the oil on your skin can cause the buld to heat excessively and fail. I suggest you use the packaging or part of it when installing it, taking great care not to touch it.

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Do you have a discription? In order to get to the main wires of a flush mount fan turn off power to fan, remove Lt kit if applicable, Take off blades. Does this sound right ?

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I think you have already figured out what the problem most likely is; 60 watt bulbs. Down-size the wattage or install 'energy saver' bulbs if they will fit the application. Instead of counting on these units for extra lighting, perhaps think about Track lighting to fill in those ares that need more but subtle light.
Good luck. :)

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i looked it up online and they called it a:
Single Bowl Twist and Lock Light Kit.
Some things i would suggest:

  1. push it up and turn (like when you open a medicine bottle.
  2. try to look for a spring action peg that clicks in automatically around the glass dome that might be locking it...

please comment my solution :) thanks

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