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John a good friend who also his very hand except today he had broken his leg, and he wanted my repair service to replace his attic lamp.
This post shows the three steps to changing an attic lamp.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows a normal attic. It has a doorway built inside the ceiling to access the attic.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows this attic has huge air vents which made it difficult to access the lamp area.
|Fig.3 Light replaced|
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