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Re: Billed 260CHF to change a light bulb!

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I would like to know how it ended up, as I'm in a similar situation with a kitchen counter tube. In my case, I have found plastic tabs on either side, but pushing them in did nothing.
Once you press the tab it should allow the whole end part to slide away (to the left in your picture). A build-up of dirt may inhibit movement, either of the sliding end cap or the tab release itself, so try _gently_ pressing and releasing, moving left and right, a number of time to help free it up.
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