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Old 02-27-2010, 04:08 PM   #1
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Shower light

We have a 2008 39Z Winnebago. The light above the shower has burned out, and we are trying to figure out how to get this covering off. It is a flat cover lens that is flush with the ceiling, no screws visible, how does this thing come off? We have tried everything, any suggestions? Dave
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Dave, I do not have your brand but I have some round flat lights in my MH. Does yours have an outer metal ring with a glass or plastic lens? If it does, the other ring unscrews counter clockwise. It is tight and not easy to grip to turn.

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Dave, I do not have your brand but I have some round flat lights in my MH. Does yours have an outer metal ring with a glass or plastic lens? If it does, the other ring unscrews counter clockwise. It is tight and not easy to grip to turn.

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Thanks for the reply Jim, No there is no outer ring. This looks like a slightly contoured piece of round, clear plastic. No outer ring of any kind and no screws at all. It's about 4" in diameter.
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Dave,
We have a similar type fixture in our shower and the 'glass' cover twist on/off, fitting into grooves inside the rim.
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Is this it, if it is, you have to pull down on the whole fixture.

http://www.commandelectronics.com/in...roductInfo.pdf
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We have a similar type fixture in our shower and the 'glass' cover twist on/off, fitting into grooves inside the rim.
Thanks, that, after working with it a while, did the trick. The hard part was getting a grip on it.
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