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Old 08-27-2016, 01:14 PM   #1
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2016 26RL, interior lights

Howdy, here's another stupid newbie question. The electric interior lights are way too bright for us so Im wondering about
1. Replacing with lower wattage
2. Some sort of temporary cover
3. How to remove the cover.

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Old 08-27-2016, 01:30 PM   #2
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First we need to know what kind of lights. .. LED or incandescent? If incandescent, you might be able to find a lower wattage bulb in the garden section of a home improvement store. If LED, it's more difficult. You can get 12V PWM LED dimmers for about $2 on Ebay that you can install in the line, adjust, and then hide above the fixture. On the oval LED fixtures, usually, the cover comes off by squeezing from the ends or sides to release the hooks from slots on the inside of the rim on the base but that's a really difficult bulb to find.
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