I'm moving out of my flat next week and yesterday (!). This ceiling light went on the blink.
I've managed to get it out of the ceiling but now I'm stuck. It won't come out any further and I've tried turning the silver bezel with no luck, the glass doesn't move either.
Beginning to suspect the entire thing is an 'integrated fixture'. Online research says these things should last 20,000 hours...but the flat is only 5 years old.
Edit: I am in the UK.
2nd Edit: to be clear, I don't want to replace the entire fixture if I can avoid it, just the LED bulb which is housed in the fixture (I am assuming that is what is faulty, it is flickering so I know there is power). Problem is I don't know how to get the bulb out of the housing. The silver bezel doesn't appear to rotate (under reasonable force). There is a pane of glass about 1 inch below the bulb and flush with the bezel which doesn't appear to rotate either. Also, I can't find any switches, latches or knobs on the black part of the housing which will cause the front part to open and let me get at the bulb.
Finally, the top of the black part of the fixture appears to have some sort of protuberances which prevent it from being pulled out of the ceiling. I am baffled as to how they got it through the hole, to be frank.
I was hoping that someone would be familiar with this sort of fixture and could point me to the solution. I am nervous about applying larger amounts of force to try and remove the bezel. I don't want to break anything at this stage given I am moving out next week (and COVID lockdown means it will be difficult to find someone to repair it).