|Fig.1 Similar model|
Supplies and Tools:
We received a bed set with a light tier over the bed. It had two side drawers tiers tall enough to hold over the mirror a bridge that housed 3-incandescent lights.
This post shows three steps of the removal of the incandescent lamps.
Step 1: Fig.1 upper right shows a similar model to the one we own. We own a darker model but it similar enough to explain our objective. Fig.2 shows our model missing most of the lights, no mirror and different wood.
|Fig.2 Light tier|
|Fig.3 Dead lamp|
Step 3: Fig.4 shows that to remove the lamp, three #8 wood screws needed to be removed with a Phillip screwdriver from the wood base. Fig.5 shows the lamp completely removed from it wood tier base.
Note: The idea was not to damage the wood tier. It was determine to turn upside down the metal lamp base so later it could be screwed into the metal lamp base. The metal lamp provided the lamp base needed for the Xenon puck lamps.
|Fig.4 Lamp upside down|
|Fig.5 Lamp removed|
How to Create and Install Xenon Pucks into a Bedroom Light Tier:
- Part 1 of 8 - Research the Light Kit and Structure Support
- Part 2 of 8 - The Tools
- Part 3 of 8 - Wood Light Tier
- Part 4 of 8 - Cutting the Lamp Apart
- Part 5 of 8 - Installing the lamp base
- Part 6 of 8 - Cutting the Xenon® lamp Plug Hole
- Part 7 of 8 - Assembling the Xenon lamp
- Part 8 of 8 - Installing Xenon Lamp into the Light Tier
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