Mr White wrote:As with all GU10 lamps you press the lamp upwards and twist anti-clockwise (You could try using both thumbs) you can also purchase a "suction cup on a stick" with the same intention.
An acknowledgement that you have read this post is always appreciated.
Thanks for the reply but this was the first thing I tried (I have dozens of GU10s around the house and a suction cup on a stick). The bulbs are rigid in these fixings to the point where ininitially I thought they were sealed units.
MattLew wrote:this was the first thing I tried (I have dozens of GU10s around the house and a suction cup on a stick)
Oh. You did not state in your first post that you are already familiar with the removal of the lamps.
If the lamp refuses to move, then you have no choice but to change the complete fitting.
Sorry if that was not the answer you wanted to hear, but there is nothing else you can do, also with only a few regulars here on the forum the probability of any of us working with your particular light fitting are very slim indeed. An acknowledgement that you have read this post is always appreciated
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