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Old 06-25-2014, 01:22 PM   #1
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Upgrading some of the commonly used lights to LED's. However, I can't figure how to get at the bulb inside the porch light. The amber lens seems to be positioned inside the plastic housing. Can anyone help?
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If yours is like mine, just squeeze the lens in the middle and it will pull the tabs out of the frame/groove that holds it.
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If there are no visible screws, you may try a butter knife worked into the side of the lens between it and the rubber gasket. I have seen, however, that sometimes you can't replace just the bulb but rather have to replace the whole unit. A good trailer place will have replacement LED lights that should set right in
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