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Old 04-15-2014, 07:14 AM   #1
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Cedar Creek LED front cap light

Anyone know how to remove or replace the LED front cap lights? I read that the LED bulbs in the new Cedar Creek's have a lifetime warranty. I have one that has two LED's out. I don't know how to remove it. I didn't want to dig in to the rubber ring around it for fear of damaging something. Has anyone had these replaced under the warranty? How do you get them out?

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Old 04-15-2014, 07:22 AM   #2
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If they are like regular trailer lights, the light is just held in with the rubber grommet. Try gently pulling on the light itself and it should pop out. Then remove the rubber seal.
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They are pucks mounted in a rubber ring. If you have a painted cap, the grommet may need a careful trim around the perimeter to prevent peeling.
Now with that said, those LEDs have a lifetime warranty so why not let the dealer do it???
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They are pucks mounted in a rubber ring. If you have a painted cap, the grommet may need a careful trim around the perimeter to prevent peeling.
Now with that said, those LEDs have a lifetime warranty so why not let the dealer do it???
Dealer would do it no problem but they are a 300 mile round trip for me.
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You can also contact the East Cost Warranty Administrator. We worked with Danette Ray and she had the interior LED modules right out to us. She has left/been replace by:

Denise Davis (East)
dldavis@forestriverinc.com
Phone (260) 593-2425
Fax (260) 593-3018
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Old 04-16-2014, 09:44 PM   #6
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Pulled one of the front lights. Had to use O rings picks. Was unable to see the front pin box brace due to the wood. Took a couple tries but got it out with some scratches but not easily seen. The trick was reading the top on the lights and pulling them that way. The top marks were sideways in stead of up and down. Hope it helps. My is a 29 RE. The lights were spliced with wire nuts.
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