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Old 10-24-2012, 05:42 AM   #1
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An anyone explain how to get the light covers off the ceiling lights? I've tried pulling, pinching and they don't seem to want to come off. I have some styrofoam pieces inside and want to get it out.
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Picture of the ones your working on?

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Old 10-24-2012, 07:17 AM   #3
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I will have to post later at work now.
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http://www.rvpartscountry.com/thumbn...x=428&maxy=398

Do they look similar to this?


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Similar, just a little more rounded at ends
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Similar, just a little more rounded at ends
Insert a table knife in the center between the white and clear and twist very slightly to get about an 1/8" -3/16" gap and pull the clear lense down. There are 2 tabs on the lens that insert in a slot in the fixture.
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I squeeze sides in a little then pull lense out and away. Not down towards you.



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Insert a table knife in the center between the white and clear and twist very slightly to get about an 1/8" -3/16" gap and pull the clear lense down. There are 2 tabs on the lens that insert in a slot in the fixture.
Is a "table knife" the same as a "butter knife"? That's what we called them when I was a kid at home.
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I will try both suggestions and see which one I can get to work. I'll try squeezing first and if that doesn't work I will move onto the knife method.
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Is a "table knife" the same as a "butter knife"? That's what we called them when I was a kid at home.
One and the same!
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