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How to Replace the Bulb in a Fisher Price Globe

By Hollan Johnson ; Updated April 18, 2017

The Fisher Price Discovery Globe was a light up globe of Earth with a little magnifying glass so users could get a closer look at each country. The globe was sold from 1988 to 1991, so it is an older toy. Since it has a light bulb on the inside, there is a chance that it will eventually burn out. However, if it does burn out, the bulb can easily be changed.

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Unplug the Fisher Price Discovery Globe and turn it over.

Unscrew the bottom of the globe that holds the light bulb. Pull the bottom of the globe out when it is unscrewed.

Unscrew the old light bulb. Screw a new 40-watt bulb in place.

Push the bottom of the globe back onto the rest of the globe and screw it in place.

Things You Will Need

  • 40-watt light bulb
  • Screwdriver
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About the Author

Hollan Johnson is a freelance writer and contributing editor for many online publications. She has been writing professionally since 2008 and her interests are travel, gardening, sewing and Mac computers. Prior to freelance writing, Johnson taught English in Japan. She has a Bachelor of Arts in linguistics from the University of Las Vegas, Nevada.

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