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Old 05-09-2011, 07:59 PM   #1
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Glass lenses for "puck" lights

We have puck lights in our RV (round, flat, frosted glass). A few of the glass lenses were not seated properly, and have fallen out onto, yes, the tile floor. They've shattered, and we are having a really tough time finding replacements for the glass only. I really don't want to spend $15 plus per light to acquire the whole assembly when I only need the glass . . . any advise? Thanks!

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Depending on what is in the puck light LED (cool) vs halogen (hot) you should be able to find sheet plastic and cut to size. Different types of lexan, polycarbonate, acrylic plastics have different heat tolerance levels.

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If you are talking about Halogen or Xenon bulbs then I think the glass has a special UV coating on it. I would check before replacing it with plain glass.
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