How to Change the Lightbulb in a Panasonic Microwave Oven?

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Panasonic microwave ovens contain a lightbulb and when it is spent, needs to be replaced to ensure correct operation of the device. To change the lightbulb in a Panasonic microwave oven, unplug the microwave and wait 5 minutes before removing the vent cover with a screwdriver. Unscrew the bulb on the right hand side and replace with a new one. Reattach the vent cover to the microwave.
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