I cannot figure out how to change the bulb. It does not have a wire over the glass cover and it does not turn 1/4 and then come off. It's got three screws and the clear cover just goes around and around.
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Hard to give you exact location with brand or model number but here is what you look for. Open the oven door and with a flashlight look over the top and back wall of the inside liner. The light bulb is usually located behind a clear glass round cover. The cover may have a wire retainer across the middle of it to hold the glass. If it does, just flip or push the wire to the side and the glass cover will come loose. Unscrew bulb to replace. If no wire retainer, then there could be a metal plate with screws holding the glass in place. last type would be that the glass itself unscrews to get to the bulb.
Oven Lighting Warning: Risk of electric shock! Prior to changing the oven light bulb:
- Switch off the oven!
- Disconnect from the electricity supply.
Place a cloth on the oven floor to protect the oven light and glass cover. Changing the oven light bulb/cleaning the glass cover 1.Remove the glass cover by turning it anti-clockwise and then clean it.
2.If necessary: replace with 25 watt, 230 V, 300 °C heat-resistant oven lighting.
3.Refit the glass cover.
The instructions state:
1. Ensure the oven is disconnected from the electrical supply.
2. Turn the glass cover anticlockwise.
3. Remove the faulty bulb and replace with the new one.
4. Refit the glass cover.
5. Reconnect to the electrical supply.
You may need to remove the glass cover by turning it anti-clockwise. On some models access to the bulb is from outside so the oven has to be slid out of it's housing and an access plate removed.
chek this following steps..
Make sure the bulb is actually burned out. Confirm the oven is plugged in and that a circuit breaker is not tripped.
Look for the manual to determine what size bulb is required. Most use a 40 watt appliance bulb. If you can not find the manual, then buy a bulb to replace it after you take out the old one.
Confirm that the oven is not on. Allow it to cool to room temperature if it has recently been used.
Open the door and use a flashlight to light the area where the bulb is located. Do not put weight on the door itself, but go in at an angle or sideways.
Find the shield or cover over the bulb, gently pull or twist it off. Some glass covers are surrounded by a wire clip or a ring that is screwed in to the back.
Gently remove either the wire clip or ring. Since the cover is most likely glass, be cautious. Unscrew the entire glass cover similar to a jar lid in older versions of ovens. Then repeat process if there is more than one bulb.
if i'm correct it should be on the left side of your oven or maybe on the right lol
but there is a glass object that looks like a light bulb its thick glass you just twist that offf as its a screw lefty loosy righty tighty
and there you go
you also might have a litle wire across the big thick glass bulb looking object which you have to just move out the way no snapping of or anything
The glass lens cover for the bulb is usually screwed into the socket so turn it counter clockwise and see if it comes off. When replacing the light bulb, press the door switch to ensure no power is going ot the bulb socket to prevent it from damaging the new bulb.
I went out and bought a 4 inch strap wrench from LOWE's. I had never heard of one before. After figuring out from the diagram how to use it, I wrapped it around the glass bulb cover and did a counterclockwise twist and off it came. P.S. I'm a girl so I feel pretty good about that project