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Bulb change on Revere Projector

Hello, light went out on Revere projector Eight. Uses a CZX 120v 550w I don't want to bust it. What do I do?

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Yep. Very Helpful. I also had to disconnect both casings for the bulb and the switches. Then, I had to pull the bulb out of the tower, then push with both hands, ever so slightly, then twist twice to the left, then the bulb came out. Thanks for your help.

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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You might have to press down on the bulb and then rotate it slightly before pulling it outward. Try both directions. Keever

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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