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Light i have a baumatic multifunction electric fan oven .the internal light needs replacing but i can't remember how to get the old one out .would appreciate some advice

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  • fiona daly Apr 27, 2007

    i don't mean to be disrespectful but i found the answer a little bit patronising .if it was that easy to get the bulb out i wouldn't have written in the first place .as it turns out you have to remove the main side panel of the oven to get to the bulb .

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Easy. unscrew bulb cover then unscrew bulb. switch off at wall first.make sure you use a heat-proof bulb to replace

Posted on Apr 24, 2007

  • douglas smith Apr 27, 2007

    sorry was nmot meant to be patronising. all the baumatic i had met were just as i described. bit daft to have to remove the side panel

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