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Old 04-08-2014, 11:37 PM   #1
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Has anyone had to change the exterior porch light bulb on a tiffin pheaton MH? Can you just remove the clear lense and replace bulb or do you have to remove the complete fixture to get to the bulb.
If I have to remove the whole fixture, I'm thinking about replacing fixture with the Smart Light 1000 w/motion sensor. Any help and/or suggestions are appreciated.
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You only have to remove the lens to access the bulb. The Smart Light 1000 is also nice.
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Old 04-09-2014, 06:10 AM   #3
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The lens is hard to remove and also had silicone all around the edge, I guess Tiffin dose this so lens will not pop out on road.
I would like to install the smart light also. Hope it covers existing.
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The Smart Lite covers the outline of the old lite used in 99% of RV's. It uses the SAME mounting holes... Took all of 30 minutes to install.
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Just replaced my oem porch lite with the 1000. Hardest part was removing silicone. Lite works great and provides much more coverage.
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You only have to remove the lens to access the bulb. The Smart Light 1000 is also nice.
Thank you for your time and reply.
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I was considering changing to a motion sensing porch light. After reading reviews, it seems like lots of them fail after 6-12 months of use. I would be interested to learn of a motion sensing replacement porch light that is dependable. Thanks!
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Interesting, Hal how long have you used your 1000 ?
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