Recessed Philips led spot disassembly

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Recessed Philips led spot disassembly




by Philippe Schutt » 08/01/22, 10:32

Hello and best wishes!
Does anyone know these led spotlights from Philips?
this one is hs and i cant seem to disassemble it. I tried to twist the ring that holds the bulb, to no avail.
thanks in advance
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Re: Disassembly of recessed Philips led spotlight




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 08/01/22, 13:37

It's disposable.
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Re: Disassembly of recessed Philips led spotlight




by Macro » 08/01/22, 13:41

In general you have to take the entire spot out of the housing (it holds with two springs) once dismantled, you have access to the bulb ...
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Re: Disassembly of recessed Philips led spotlight




by Philippe Schutt » 08/01/22, 16:35

Thank you both !
Indeed, by pulling hard I took everything out and I could see that it is not an exchangeable bulb. Everything must be thrown away!
I can just try to separate the metal hubcap and the plastic parts to make recycling easier.
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