Something strange seems to be happening in the lightbulb world. The very first CFLs that I acquired still work. The very first LED bulbs that I bought still work. The newer LED bulbs that I purchase seem to fail at an alarming high rate.
Most LEDs are designed so that one has to destroy the bulb to repair the LEDs.
My guess is that the LED companies are now engaged in the wasteful practice of planned obsolescence. Since LEDs are repairable, we need more people to do what you did in this video.
BTW, the LEDs that aren't fixable have a little bit of copper on the circuit board. I smash the broken ones and extract the copper ... but I hate the waist that comes from planned obsolescence.