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Old 05-09-2015, 07:52 PM   #1
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LED Interior Lights On a Jayfeather X213

Is there a trick to remove the lens on the LED interior lights on a 2015 Jayfeather. They don't want to come off and they have sawdust in them I need to clean out. Worried about breaking them. Or ripping them out of the ceiling.
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Yes, use a knife. Slide it in on the long side pushing the side of the lens toward the middle. There are two tabs on each end. The goal is to free those and then with pressure pull the lens down. Once you do it, it is easy.
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You have to pull out on the side a bit and pry by the tab. It will then pop off, it takes quite a bit of prying, to the point if feel like something might break.
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That's very helpful, Thank's for the pictures! Appreciate it.
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Just happened to have one on the workbench. I replaced the light over our dinette with a light with a glass shade that matches the one over our couch.
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Not sure what to think about these LED's not as warm as I'm used to. Kinda thinking about changing the one above the kitchen sink.
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Old 05-14-2015, 08:29 PM   #9
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Mine are filled with sawdust & plastic shavings.. so thank you for this. I hate having to clean a brand new trailer. Sure wish the Jayco factory owned a vacuum.
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