alibaba 59 Posted July 23, 2022 Share Posted July 23, 2022 I've had to replace a halogen bulb in one of my cabin lights. While I was at it , I thought I would replace all the halogens with equivalent 2-pin LEDs. Much less heat - and less power as well. The lights are fitted by pushing them into the hole, compressing two springs, which then spring back and retain the light in the deckhead. I followed some advice with the first one, just to keep pulling until the springs collapsed. Ha!- what that does is to break one of the springs, which are only held on by light rivets. Then when you replace you now need a small screw to keep the light up. They're nice lights and I don't want to replace them. I feel sure that there is something I'm missing here, so does anyone have a method for getting the darn things out? The photos show one in place and one pulled down as far as it will go. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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