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How to change a light bulb in a Hotpoint fridge?
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Old 18-07-2010, 8:11 PM
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Default How to change a light bulb in a Hotpoint fridge?

I have a Hotpoint HMB3131i integrated fridge/freezer. The light does not come on in the fridge when the fridge door is open and so I suspect I need to change the bulb. Can anybody let me know please where the bulb is located in the fridge and if it is in any kind of housing, how to undo the housing (I suspect that it might be inside the plastic dome at the top but I can't see how to take off the dome to get to the bulb)? Thank you
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Old 18-07-2010, 10:09 PM
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It's in the same place it's always been, think back where you saw it last. You may need a torch. Small screws may hold the cover in place or squeeze the sides to release. New lamps for fridges are available from B and Q, take the broken one with you for the same wattage / fitting type.

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