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To replace a bulb I pulled down on the diffuser, expecting the tension wires to be holding it up. After forcing it down, it broke off and there are no wires. I have three more bathrooms with the same problem (burnt bulbs) in a two family I just bought. Obviously the previous owner couldn't figure it out either. I'm ready to rip the whole unit out and replace it with a "standard" one. What am I missing?

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I have the same fan and it is a pain to replace bulbs. There are two "V" shaped springs that hold the diffuser in place on mine. I pull the diffuser down until the springs (actually heavy gauge rods) are fully extended, maybe 4-6 inches. I then tip the diffuser and get my hand in to remove and then replace the bulbs. If your units were "altered" by someone forcing them in the past, you may have bigger problems. The springs are hard to bend to get the diffuser down and the upper part of the springs actually rub on the metal housing of the fan. Perhaps a little WD40 where the springs enter the metal housing will help a bit.

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