How to change a light socket? light bulb socket is made of flexible plastic strips of divergent surrounded by an annular tube, bulb holder set around a circle outside the entrance of the elastic ribs, hand lever along the rod end a recess open heart, one short end of solid rod and the screw tightened into the groove.
Remove the Bulb and Socket: Remove the light bulb from the socket and get a Phillips screw driver to remove the socket. Look inside the socket and locate the Phillips screw. Use the screwdriver to loosen the screw while holding the retaining nut that is located on the back side of the socket bracket. Once the screw is removed, carefully tip the socket into your other hand and retain the socket screw. Discard the light socket and grab its replacement.
Replace the light Socket and Bulb: Now that the old lamp holder is removed, use the screw and nut you just removed and install the new socket. Tighten the screw snugly, but don’t tighten too much as the socket is fragile and could break. Insert the wires back into the fixture hole so that the wires are on the back side of the fixture and are ready to wire. Now, install the appropriate bulb. The maximum wattage is posted on the side of the socket and should not be exceeded!
Wire the Fixture: Hold the fixture back up to the ceiling box and connect the wires together using wire nuts. Black wires tie together under one wire nut and white wires tie together under another. If there’s a ground wire, connect it with a wire nut or to the light bracket.
How to change a light socket? the other end of the short solid rod fixed to the bearing inner ring, the bearing outer ring and with an internal thread extending lamp holder and the bearing outer ring screw connections on the lamp holder tied with a string, short solid rod and bearing the corresponding bolt holes and opened with a corresponding bolt, it can not have different orientations rising to handling different types of bulb size, with safe, reliable, using a wide range of usage characteristics.