Why Do My Light Bulbs Keep Burning Out?

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Why your light bulbs keep burning out can be something as simple as screwing the bulbs in too tightly. Another reason has to do with the brass tab in your light fixture. Check to see that it has not flattened. Be sure to cut the power off at the breaker or unplug the light. Using needle-nose pliers, pull the tab up to a 20 degree angle.
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Light bulbs contain and extremely thin filament inside them that glows when electricity passes through it, producing the light. Over time, the process of repeated heating and cooling
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If you mean the 40 watt light bulb inside, are you sure you are replacing it with a special 40W appliance bulb? A regular bulb will not last long at all inside of a refrigerator.
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Standard light bulbs are known as incandescent bulbs. Incandescence is light produced by heat. Light bulbs work by passing an electric current through a small filament made of tungsten
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Well there is a few considerations. As mentioned above it seems like these are on for a long time everyday and may need to be converted to CFL or LED so that they will just simply
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