Halogen light bulbs are changed like any other light bulb, but it is imperative that you do not touch a new halogen bulb with your bare skin. Leaving an oily fingerprint on the bulb can create a "hot spot" that causes th... More »

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Halogen light bulbs are incandescent lamps containing a halogen gas instead of an inert gas in the bulb. Halogen bulbs are more efficient, give higher quality lighting and have a longer rated life compared to ordinary in... More »

In order to remove a halogen light bulb remove the heat guard and grasp the bulb. Turn counter clockwise, making sure it is not squeezed too tightly. More »

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Halogen light bulbs are incandescent lamps containing a halogen gas instead of an inert gas in the bulb. Halogen bulbs are more efficient, give higher quality lighting and have a longer rated life compared to ordinary in... More »

The most important tip for replacing halogen bulbs is to never allow the bulb to contact human skin. Because halogen bulbs burn at a high temperature, the slightest oil from human skin on the glass can cause the bulb to ... More »

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Replacing a fluorescent light bulb can be intimidating due to the size and shape of the bulbs. With a gentle touch, the task can be accomplished in just a short time. More »

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To troubleshoot fluorescent light fixtures, test the power supply, check the bulbs and replace the bulb retainers. Fluorescent light bulbs typically have a lifespan of between 8,000 and 15,000 hours. More »

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