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Old 10-10-2015, 08:13 PM   #1
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Changing bulb in "eyeball lamp" 2007 Adventurer

How do you access the bulb in the light fixture that illuminates the control center on this model? I don't want to start prying on things (I did do some test stuff, but don't see any movement).

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Old 10-11-2015, 08:42 AM   #2
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The lens and plastic ring (bezel) around it comes off as one piece. It is held by two molded internal hook type clips, spaced 180 degrees from each other on the bezel. Stand on a stool and use a small knife blade to probe the seam between the bezel assembly and the body, when you locate these hooks, try to press one in to release that side of the bezel. Your replacement lamp is probably one of the 10 watt size lamps (a G4 bi-pin type I think). A 20 watt lamp makes it get pretty hot. There are some 3 watt LED lamps of this type available on eBay. Run cooler and just as much light.

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Thanks for the reply, I mainly want to take it apart to change the bulb to led. Don't want to destroy it in the process..
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