The bulb is a spot light in the ceiling of the van. I am not keen to take it out as the holder is difficult to tmove its on springs and tricky to get back in again as far as I understand! Thats why the message is in the globecar forum I thought another owner would know.ahhh. I hear a wealthy man (electrician)
Next point is, a lamp is in the corner, or on the table with a bulb fitted in It.
My post is only relevant to the post above it. An electrician (wealthy man) will always say that bulbs are planted in the garden and that lamps go into light fittings. The fact they are the only people who think this proves that they are wrong, and also the fact that in a house, you may well have a standard LAMP, or a table LAMP, proves this. But this will not stop them. ???The bulb is a spot light in the ceiling of the van. I am not keen to take it out as the holder is difficult to tmove its on springs and tricky to get back in again as far as I understand! Thats why the message is in the globecar forum I thought another owner would know.
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The reason being in 1878 the popular form of lighting was by gas or oil LAMP.
If you’ve got strong nails/finger tips you can pull the light fitting straight out.
I think that is the same as in our Hymer. This Dometic one does not have a replaceable lamp/bulb/whatever, so you have to replace it with a complete new unit. That seems to be the case in most LED light fittings nowadays. I guess the thinking is that the LED will last a lot longer, but that is not always the case with Dometic units (been there, got the T shirt)
With my one you just put a fingernail between the lamp and the ceiling and pulled down. Once down it had a short enough lead to expose the connection to the power wires. So your suggestion should be easily achieved.It could have a wire has come off the back if you take it out you can check it has power .