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You may remove and replace lamps with the fixture on. You need to make sure that both pins on both ends are in the sockets. There are several types of sockets, so without seeing the one you have I can't say the insertation position.
The need to be parallel to the fixture. They should stop when turning the lamp.
Side to side.
As I said, there are several types of sockets. If there are 2 slots, the lamp will just push in and not turn.
Send the picture.
With out see it, I can't say for sure. They all have the pins side to side when set.
That socket is one that you insert the pins straight in and turn 90 deg. The pins need to contact the metal inside the socket sides.
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Looking at the picture you provided there is a slot that the pins slide into after you align each end, from there you will turn the bulb until it clicks which is about a 90 degree turn. Look at the end of your bulb, align pins on each end to slide into tombstone slot , insert bulb on each end ,then turn.
Let me know if that helps you out otherwise I may be able to find a video
Here's another video that may help you, one thing to note he's installing them on the ceiling and you are installing on a wall so you will start with the pins horizontal not vertical
Yeah once you have the bulb in the slot you can turn it either way to lock it in. A LED would obviously be a different type of light fixture with a nrew set of replacement challenges depending upon the type, usually they aren't as hard to change though .
There are more than one style of bulb, but your description works and that was what I was trying to convey to you. I'm guessing you were able to make the bulbs work? I'll still be here if you need me, until then don't forget to rate me , and have a nice evening !