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Old 01-06-2017, 07:43 PM   #1
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LED Ceiling lights replacement

We have a 2013 Cruiser 305SK 5th wheel. Today 2 LED ceiling lights over the kitchen sink area went out. The fuse seems fine, and the other light on this circuit over the stairs is still on. We are at 50 amp site and there was no other electricity being used at the time. How do we remove the dark brown trim rings to get to the bulb? Do they twist off or just pry off? Are the bulbs replaceable or do we have to replace the whole fixture, and if so, what type of bulb do we need? Thanks for any insights.
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Old 01-07-2017, 09:26 AM   #2
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The lights are all 12v (battery) and have nothing to do with electricity. Not sure of your type of light as mine are just push in lights that are behind a clear plastic lens that slides off. A pic would help.
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Yea many different lights. Like said cover probably slides off and bulb you push in and twist. Probably! Picture would give us a better idea of what you have.
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Picture of the light in question

I have the same lights and the same question. I've included a pic of the light in this reply.
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Old 02-09-2018, 12:52 PM   #5
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I have the same lights and the same question. I've included a pic of the light in this reply.
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I'm not sure, but it looks like there are tabs showing on the edge of the light in your picture. If that's the case, maybe just squeeze the cover so they can release.
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By the looks the plastic lenses probably snaps on, try a table knife under the edge to see if it pops off.
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We were able to pry off the clear lens from the trim ring. It came off hard, like it almost would break but it didn't. There are little clips that hold it in. As it turned out the lights began working again, not sure why they stopped working or why they came back on, just glad they did because we weren't able to locate a replacement.
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I'd pull the fixture off the ceiling & check the wire connections.
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If both the ones that went our are controlled by one switch, my money would be on the switch going bad. It seems unlikely two separate fittings would both suffer wiring issues simultaneously.

I'm glad you've got them back in the meantime.

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We were able to pry off the clear lens from the trim ring. It came off hard, like it almost would break but it didn't. There are little clips that hold it in.
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That is exactly how you take the lens off... I user a very small screw driver to take my lens off...I have had two go bad and replaced them with surface mounted LED's I got from "Command Electronics"
Part number# 001-902XPBE2 It is a surface mounted double Pancake LED with a three way switch, one side lit, both sides lit, both sides off...Very high lumens...
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