I would like to replace the bulb with a low energy one. But I cannot work out how to remove the casing so that I can get access to the bulb. This light is not flush with the ceiling. It is a PrimeL??? (could be PrimeLight but I can't see the last 3 digits clearly) Apollo Circular LBLP325 IP44.
I know this is over a decade later but the advice above really helped me remove my Apollo Circular lighting.
One additional tip: if your casing is really stuck like mine was, put a screwdriver in the notch in the notch between the clear/translucent casing and the body of the light, and hit it with a hammer. Mine pinged off first time having tried a screwdriver and coin to get it off.
Hi, I've created an account just to say thank you for the answer, I think I was gonna drag the whole ceiling down with the lamp! I believe it's an Apollo circular light from 2006. I managed to remove the cover using a big coin and pivoting on the indentation. Standing on a chair helped quite a bit. Cheers!
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