120 to 240 Volt
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Electrical tester 120 to 240 volt
Six bulb lamp
Mrs. Henderson owned a mobile home in a beautiful part of Pasadena, California. The park was surrounded by wildlife and large lakes. She had an aging mobile home but in the best position to watch the birds flying and swimming in her park. Today she called my repair service to replace and aging lamp in the bathroom. The lamp worked fine but even with two 60 watt lamps there was not enough light to do her makeup.
This post shows eleven steps to removing an aging lamp for a new 6-60 watt bulbs lamp.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows an old lamp with two bulbs.
|Fig.1 Old bathroom lamp|
|Fig.2 Electrical box|
|Fig.4 New lamp|
Step 5: Fig.5 shows that once the front panel has been removed, the wires are tied together for shipping.
|Fig.5 Panel removed|
Step 7: Each lamp is clamped by a chrome cylinder and all must be removed to access the front panel.
Step 8: Fig.6 shows the lamp is being leveled prior to screwing the lamp into the plastic box.
|Fig.6 Lamp metal structure|
|Fig.7 Re-assembling |
|Fig.8 Installing new |
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