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Old 05-13-2008, 06:09 PM   #1
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We have an 07 Allegro Bay - one of the front overhead lights has a bulb burned out - I call them map lights. Bulb looks like a large flashlight bulb, but I have not been able to remove it to get a replacement. I have tried pushing and twisting, just pulling, turning, and no luck. Of course, I don't want to break the bulb so I am not pushing/pulling real hard. Can someone tell me how to remove this bulb?
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We have an 07 Allegro Bay - one of the front overhead lights has a bulb burned out - I call them map lights. Bulb looks like a large flashlight bulb, but I have not been able to remove it to get a replacement. I have tried pushing and twisting, just pulling, turning, and no luck. Of course, I don't want to break the bulb so I am not pushing/pulling real hard. Can someone tell me how to remove this bulb?
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I'm not sure what light the Allegro Bay has. Any chance you can post a picture of it? I'm sure someone has the same fixture and will know how to remove the bulb once they see it.

Our rig has the halogen bi-pin lamps, that just pull out, but I'm not sure I'd say they look like a flashlight bulb so what you have might be different.
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