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Old 08-06-2014, 09:36 PM   #1
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LED lights and fans

A new x23B owner. Any ideas on how to remove the covers over the LED lights? Got some sawdust or bugs and would like to clean them. Also, any opinions on using the fan/lights that plug into the bunk outlets.
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Not sure what your LED lihts look like, but mine on my 2012, the covers just slide off to get to the bulb, yours could very as they my not expect you need to change any bulbs. Can you post a picture of what your light fixture looks like.

As for the bunk light/fan combo. We have them and the DW and Kid really like them. I did have issues at first with the fuse for them blowing. I had to take them down and bend one of the wire leads back away and wrap elecctrical tape around it as I would short the circuit pulling the plug out of the outlet.
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Old 08-06-2014, 10:26 PM   #3
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I have used those fan/light devices on our trailer and they work good , on those lights you might try a tiny screwdriver or a small pocket knife and try to pry around the edge of cover very easily to see if it pops off. Just my two
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I really like the fans as it kept the air moving and I did feel it helped with any condensation issues.

We didn't buy from the dealership, we found them online for about $35.00 each CDN
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Try squeezing the long edges slightly in..
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Old 08-15-2014, 10:09 AM   #7
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I pinch the sides then remove mine.

We use the fans/lights in our bunks. They seem to work well.
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I have the same lights in my 24RKS and would like to remove the covers to clean out sawdust. One light is also a little loose. I tried to squeeze in the long edges, but they don't seem to move any. There are 2 small slots on each of the long sides that look like they're there to remove with a screwdriver, but I'm afraid to pry too hard to pop them off.
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Old 08-15-2014, 12:18 PM   #9
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Those you just squeeze in the sides, may be a little tight as they are new.
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