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Old 01-30-2016, 08:44 PM   #11
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There are some transparent plastic folders used for school projects. If you can buy a few (dirt cheap) you might be able to cut out some plastic sheets into lenses. Instal from the inside. Perhaps can be changed to different colors.

Another is spray paint but that is a more permanent solution. I spray painted my garage door windows white. Light comes in nicely with the privacy.

Just a thought..
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Old 01-31-2016, 09:50 AM   #12
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There are some transparent plastic folders used for school projects. If you can buy a few (dirt cheap) you might be able to cut out some plastic sheets into lenses. Instal from the inside. Perhaps can be changed to different colors.

Another is spray paint but that is a more permanent solution. I spray painted my garage door windows white. Light comes in nicely with the privacy.

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Parchment paper, like is used for cooking, works well too. It folds and shapes easily. Since LEDS have no heat to speak of it is not a danger to burn.
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Our 2016 Rockwood 2703WS has LED lights throughout. We find that many of them are just too bright. Do any of you have the same issue, if so what did you do to "tone" them down?
What type socket is in your fixture?
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I have not opened the light to determine that, hope to do so this weekend and will let you know.
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What type socket is in your fixture?
I replaced all light fixtures with euro style pancake led dimmable fixtures with white lens from camping world. It was a bit pricey but well worth it to us. There is no harsh glare what so ever. And each fixture has a dimmable switch. I recommend changing fixtures that have white lens replacements or get the dimmable type as we did.
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I have not opened the light to determine that, hope to do so this weekend and will let you know.
If they use the 921, 912, 168 wedge type sockets I can give you an Amazon link for the bulbs I use. They are a bit dimmer with little to no glare and cost $22 for a quantity of 20.

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