Question about Dyna-Glo (PPH16-LP) Utility Heater
That particular socket may have a bad bulb contact or some loose wiring, which causes the bulb to blow. Unplug the lighting part of the range, remove the bulb and with a flash light inspect the interior of the bulb holder. If it appears corroded or dirty, clean it with a Q Tip sprayed lightly with WD40. Also, gently shake the holder if you can, to determine if it is loose. If it's loose, it should be replaced. Also, when you replace bulbs, make sure you are using ones that are designated as Appliance Bulbs. They can withstand heat and cold better than regular household bulbs.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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