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Old 03-13-2007, 02:49 AM   #1
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How do you get the lens cover off of the lights in the TT? I had a bulb blow and snapped of the tabs on the lens cover.

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How do you get the lens cover off of the lights in the TT? I had a bulb blow and snapped of the tabs on the lens cover.

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Old 03-13-2007, 05:24 PM   #3
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There should be a notch along the bottom or side that will accept a small blade screwdriver. I'm assuming you're talking about clearance lights. If there is no notch, use a knife blade to work it loose. With the usual precautions using sharp things. Wait, tabs- you're talking about tail-lights right? The tabs will break if the plastic is several years old, from sun-rot. I would go ahead and pry the lens off with a screwdriver. On my old RV I used a long sheet metal screw to hold the lens on until I could buy a new one.
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I am talking the interior lights. On the ceiling
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Just squeeze the sides of the lens cover in toward the center and pull.
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