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Light bulb

"Light bulb" redirects here. For other uses, see Light bulb (disambiguation).
"Electric lamp" redirects here. For the item of furniture, see light fixture.

A lamp is a replaceable component such as an Re-lamping is the replacement of only the removable lamp in a light fixture.

Lamp circuit symbols

In circuit diagrams lamps usually are shown as symbols. There are two main types of symbols, these are:

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