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 How much heat comes from a light bulb?

Answer Regular incandescent light bulbs give off about 90 percent of their wattage as heat. For example, a 60-watt incandescent bulb gives off about 54 watts of heat, with the remaining wattage producing ... Read More »
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What light bulb produces the most heat?

High-wattage halogen lights produce the most heat. Halogen torchiere lamps of 300 or 500 watts produce four times more heat than a typical incandescent bulb. A 500-watt halogen lamp creates heat me... Read More »
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Light bulb help! anybody know a light bulb that does not give off a yellow aura ?

Yes I have that type of bulb in my room. It's called natural something, and it gives off a more blue-ish hue to the room, as if you had a window open.I forget what they're called but they are more ... Read More »
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I was replacing a light bulb, when the bulb blew off the metal top,which is stuck in the socket. Now what?

Cut off the power and use needle-nose plyers.Spray the new bulb's metal part with wd-40 for easy removal next time.
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Is it okay to use a higher than recommended light bulb wattage if it is a CFL low energy bulb?

The maximum watts requirement has to do with heat. All bulbs give off heat. The higher the wattage, the more heat is created. Complying with the recommendation prevents fires.CFL bulbs are marked w... Read More »
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