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Old 07-18-2016, 01:46 PM   #1
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How do I release the lens from the fixture to change the led lamp?
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While I do not have your model MH mine has a lens cover with two tabs on the top and one on the bottom. I pushed up on the bottom of my lens covers which freed the single tab from its slot and I could take the cover off. I hope this helps.
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While I do not have your model MH mine has a lens cover with two tabs on the top and one on the bottom. I pushed up on the bottom of my lens covers which freed the single tab from its slot and I could take the cover off. I hope this helps.
Thanks for reply rvtrekers. Sounds similar. I have two tabs on bottom by lens and two on top in the chrome fixture. Thought pushing up on lens or tabs on the bottom would do the trick but no budge. Maybe a couple of light rubber hammer taps on the lens might free it for the push up? I'll try that.
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Got it solved. Faux chrome top cover pops off by lifting with flat screwdriver at top nearest motorhome siding and away from motorhome. Once off, the screws for the lens are exposed. Got lamp replaced. Snapped back in with a little non-setting silicone along the top of the faux chrome cover. Any questions, give me a shout.
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