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Old 01-16-2023, 05:12 PM   #15
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I wanted to thank everyone for their support and ideas. Those connectors were a PIA to get released from their sockets. The video provided at 5:52 does a nice job of illustrating how to release the connectors.
Thanks again, Mark
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A few years back, a neighboring camper brought to my attention, a back up bulb was burned out on my coach. I thought, Iíll have it replaced when I have it serviced. Then I thought, no, Iíll take care of it myself now.
By the time I was done , I had broken both lens covers on the back and both bulbs in the front trying to get them out. Live and learnÖ sigh
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