Change a Broken Lightbulb

About: Former Instructables employee. Living in San Francisco amidst the fog. I love getting my hands dirty by taking on new projects, developing unique skills and learning fun facts.
Change a light and protect your fingers!

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    Phil B

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Very clever on both approaches. I have always been accustomed to shutting off the power and getting a thin nose pliers onto part of the bulb socket so I could twist it out. I think those I have seen have always broken very low near to the metal base while leaving part of the structure that holds the filament.

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    dreamberry

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I like this as it is not as wasteful as my half a potato method (make sure it's unplugged!)