Introduction

Is your disco ball not sending out groovy beams of light anymore? The most common problem is the light bulb is burnt out. This guide will teach you how to replace that light bulb, so you can get back to partying!

Parts

No parts required.

Unplug the device to avoid injury.
  • Unplug the device to avoid injury.

  • Turn the device over, so that the base is on top.

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Compress the tab by pushing towards the center of the device with a spudger or flathead screwdriver. While compressing the tab, peel the base away from the rotating head. While compressing the tab, peel the base away from the rotating head.
  • Compress the tab by pushing towards the center of the device with a spudger or flathead screwdriver.

  • While compressing the tab, peel the base away from the rotating head.

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Deck the Halls
With tools and Fix Kits
If the metal brackets come off of the sphere, put them back on the plastic piece as shown in the photo.
  • If the metal brackets come off of the sphere, put them back on the plastic piece as shown in the photo.

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Unscrew the burnt-out light bulb with a counter-clockwise twist. Do not apply too much pressure when unscrewing light bulb, as the light bulb may break.
  • Unscrew the burnt-out light bulb with a counter-clockwise twist.

  • Do not apply too much pressure when unscrewing light bulb, as the light bulb may break.

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Finish Line

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Nick Kaprielian

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2 Comments

Great! Wasn't sure how to remove the base. Thank you!

derigo1957 - Reply

Saved me a headache. Couldn't figure out how to remove base. Thanks!

mccullough1251 - Reply

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