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Power switch is on but light bulb doesn't come on

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    Mary Palko Nov 09, 2014

    The most obvious thing would be a burnt out bulb but I put a new bulb in

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I looked at your manual from Brother's download and it looks to me like it's a push and twist (some folks call it bayonete style) but I can't tell for sure.

Here is a UK source... once you determine which bulb... these folks should have it for you.

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