Dethleffs 7014 - Awning Light - 2007

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  1. jtp890

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    Anyone had any experience of removal / bulb change.
    Fixing surround removed ok, but glass cover is firm to body?
     
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    I do not know the fitting for your van but on mine, I replaced the light (LED) from the inside of a cupboard.
     
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    If you have the same unit as on my Dethleffs you will find inside the cupboard a black plastic cover held by a few small screws. Once this is of you can see the rear of the light unit where an obvious cover clips off revealing the bulb. Don't remember mine being LED but would probably be a good idea to substitute one. The make of the lamp is Jokon in case you wish to try a Google.
    Steve
     
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    Ere, rosalan, I didn't spot that the OP posted 6 months ago either!
     
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    I did notice Steviebouy but thought someone else may find the same problem. I noticed also that he did not come back with an answer, so assume it is still dark outside at night.
     
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    Yes, OK, fair point! I do tend to go back through older posts for solutions if I can. Also would be good practice to confirm if suggestions have been helpful or to post how a problem has been solved.
     
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