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Old 01-04-2016, 06:02 PM   #1
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Voltage Step Lights... ???

Ok guys, feel kinda silly asking this question... but before I tear something up, how do I get to the bulb on these things?

I'm thinking the round amber lens just 'pops off' of the mount... but I was out there for about 5 mins this morning with a tiny screwdriver, and it didn't seem to wanna budge. So, short of grabbing the thing with a pair of channel locks, what am I missing?

Also, since I'm asking... anyone know what type of bulb is a replacement? I'm guessing it's gotta be something like a 194.

Thanks...
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Old 01-04-2016, 06:39 PM   #2
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The step light looks like the upper clearance lights. Try using two screwdrivers, the lens is made not to fly off. I think that's why they sell the thing as a unit and not just a lens.


I took a look at one I have in the junk drawer. It seems as if a screwdriver bent at an angle will get under the lens since the lens proper snaps over the base.
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Just came in from the 30 degree weather after taking another look at the lamp base. I saw what looked like a cut out in the lens where a screwdriver would go. Probably still need two screwdrivers.
Not going back out there until spring so good luck!
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Ha! Ok, thanks... We're in the mid 50s, but the first rain in over a month is moving in for a few days. Might just wait until it goes away to tackle it.
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