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How do you get a stuck light bulb to loosen?

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A common method to get a stuck light bulb to loosen without damaging it or the socket is to use duct tape to create two handles on either side of the bulb and then twist them counterclockwise. Before attempting to remove a stuck light bulb from the socket, always shut the light off first to allow the bulb to completely cool.

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